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Biostimulation: Key to sustainable agriculture

In a world where agriculture faces unprecedented challenges, biostimulation emerges as a promising solution. These little-known but powerful substances are changing the way we farm and offer hope for a more sustainable agricultural future. Modern agriculture faces a number of challenges that threaten its long-term sustainability. The increasing demand for food due to global population […]

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What effects do soil fungi have on your crop?

With an astonishing diversity, soil fungi are widely distributed in all types of soils. In fact, in some cases, they represent up to 50% of the total microbial population. These microorganisms play a fundamental role in terrestrial ecosystems, as they participate in key biogeochemical processes and establish symbiotic associations with plants. The association between plant […]

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Strategies for Increase Production: Weed Control and Biostimulation in Cereal Crops

The profitability of cereal crops, especially in Spain, where they are widely grown, faces several threats, one of the most significant being the presence of weeds. These unwanted plants compete for essential resources and can negatively affect the productivity of our crops. In this article, we will explore key strategies, such as weed control and […]

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The Olive Leaf Spot: Monitoring, Integrated Management and Environmental Sustainability

Olive Leaf Spot, caused by the fungus, Venturia oleaginea o Spilocaea oleagina represents major challenges facing olive production in Spain. This disease is widely spread throughout our geography and has a direct impact on olive trees, causing significant defoliation and directly affecting the production and quality of olives. Recognizing Olive Leaf Spot IIts symptoms are […]

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Fruit Drop in Citrus Current Challenges and Future Prospects

Fruit drop in citrus represents a challenge that poses important challenges for agricultural production. To address this problem successfully, it is essential to understand the causes and mechanisms behind this process and to find effective solutions to ensure crop profitability. Several factors influence this physiological process, both cultural and environmental. Among the cultural aspects, there […]

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Rural women: Guardians of quality agriculture

October 15 is a day of international recognition of the essential work of rural women, who play a fundamental role in quality agriculture in Spain. Under the slogan “Rural Women: Growers of Quality Food”, this article highlights the invaluable contribution of these women, who have made a significant contribution to the development of the country. […]

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Heatwaves in Crops: The Growing Threat of Climate Change to Agriculture

Climate change is having a significant impact on agriculture, and one of the most concerning problems is heatwaves in crops. These extreme conditions pose a growing threat to agricultural production in Spain, making it essential to understand their causes and seek effective solutions to mitigate their effects. Rising temperatures are one of the main causes […]

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IBMA Spain urges Brussels to streamline the registration processes for new biological solutions for agriculture

Biocontrol companies demand a legal framework for authorization that does not diminish the competitiveness of biotechnological innovation developed in Europe Streamlining the community registration processes that are currently required to allow the marketing of a new product aimed at the control of agricultural pests and diseases has been the main demand expressed by IBMA Spain […]

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The use of plant growth regulators

PGR (Plant growth regulators) are substances based on plant hormones (phytohormones) with the capacity to regulate or modify the physiological processes of plants, affecting their development, growth, or maturation, among other aspects. The history of plant plant growth regulators goes back to before Christ, when it was a common practice in the Middle East to […]

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