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FERBANAT L publications in the press

Maintaining the sustainability of degraded and erated soils

February, 2018

 

Seminar program and invitation

Scientists see the future prospects of biological preparations

14 December, 2018

 

The prevailing opinion in the European Union is that more chemical plant protection products are used in agriculture every year, and that pesticide residues in crops are not completely avoided.

Organic biostimulants also help to meet the challenges of agriculture

7 November, 2018

 

The changing climate and the changing intensity of agriculture affect the composition andpotential of the soil. Therefore, farmers resort to a variety of sustainable farming options to avoid the negative effects of intensive chemical farming.

Seminar on the use of biological preparations of natural origin

11 December, 2018

 

Use of biological preparations of natural origin and plant protection products in modern agricultural production technologies.

Biological stimulants - an alternative to chemicals in agriculture?

13 December, 2018

 

LAMMC Institute of Horticulture hosted a seminar "Use of biological preparations of natural origin and plant protection products in modern agricultural production technologies". The seminar was attended by more than 80 participants.

A new generation biological stimulant - Ferbanat liquid organic fertilizer

 

 

Organic biostimulants (of natural origin) are concentrated water-soluble organic preparations designed to increase plant productivity and yield, to promote plant resistance to adverse environmental factors and to reduce the amount of fertilizers and pesticides.

Reliable support for plants and soil

29 March, 2017

 

The application of intensive field plant cultivation, the use of a lot of mineral fertilizers and pesticides without crop rotation, inevitably worsens the condition of the soil: the density of the soil increases, the structure deteriorates, and microbiological processes in the soil become unfavorable.