More than 30 experts will participate in Microbioma

The First International Forum of Microorganisms applied to agriculture will be held next May 29 and 30 at the El Batel Auditorium in Cartagena.

Organized by Agromarketing and Ideagro, it will have the presence of leading experts in the field at international level, from research centers and reference companies.

The First International Forum of Microorganisms – Microbioma – will be held in the El Batel Auditorium in Cartagena on May 29 and 30, 2019. More than 30 experts will present all the news at the international level on the application of microorganisms in agriculture.

Some of the speakers confirmed and published on the official website are experts from Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, University of Lisbon, German Center for Integrative Biodiversity Research, Leibniz Center for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF), Cebas-Csic, Etsiam Córdoba, University San Pablo CEU or the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food of Spain.

The United States, Austria, France, Portugal, Ireland, Italy, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Mexico, as well as Spain, are some of the countries of origin of the professionals already registered, as well as experts. invited to the Forum, belonging to leading research centers at an international level and to multinationals that are leaders in the sector.

In addition, the Forum already counts as sponsors of the following leading companies in the sector: Probelte, Kenogard, Viagro, Alltech, Symborg, Green Universe, Orgánicos Pedrín, Bayer and Ceres Biotics.

Open enrollment

The Forum’s technical program, which will be published shortly, is structured in four thematic blocks divided into two technical days and will have simultaneous translation (Spanish and English).

The first of the blocks will deal with current legislation regarding the use of microorganisms, both in Europe and in Spain, regarding their registration and use.

There will be a second block focused on fertilizers of microbial origin, addressing the use of fungi and bacteria and their physiological effects on cultivation and soil health, and on the specific development of particularities in mode of action and management, especially microorganisms fixing free-living environmental nitrogen and symbionts, and nutrient solubilizers.

Another block will focus on microorganisms as a tool for the control of pests and diseases, while it will conclude with a final block dedicated to biostimulants of microbial origin. Registrations to attend Microbioma, are now open on the official website www.microbioma.es where companies can also request information on how to have a presence at the event.