A technical delegation of Bioagris, distributor of the products of the Almeria firm in the Polish country, visited plantations in Almeria and Huelva
The Almeria company Ecoculture Biosciences continues to grow strong in international markets and after consolidating its growth in Latin America, where it expects to reach full maturity in the next three to five years in Brazil, now it is time for Central Europe, exporting its Crop technology through its distributor in this country, Bioagris.
A technical delegation of the Polish company landed in Spain to visit crops in Almeria and Huelva, in order to know first-hand the implementation of the EcoCulture crop program in different farms in these two provinces.
In Almeria, the Bioagris delegation, headed by its president, Piotr Zajkowski, visited pepper, tomato and watermelon crops. Acting as host, Ángel Ruiz Serna, manager of Ecoculture Biosciences, organized a tour of the facilities of the Tecnova Technology Center, where the Almeria company makes a large number of trials as part of its strategy of heavy investment in R + D + i.
The visits in Huelva were focused on strawberry and blueberry crops, both of great importance in Poland, where Bioagris has successfully implemented the Ecoculture technology and has obtained important improvements in the quality of the fruits, increasing firmness, post-harvest life and color.
They visited spectacular strawberry crops at Fresarte with Felix Ojeda, where they are following the EcoCulture strawberry program, ensuring the exceptional quality that characterizes its fruits.
As for blueberries, Julio Volante was in charge of accompanying the committee on one of the farms of Agromolinillo, in Moguer. One of the most important blueberries producer in the area.
The last stage of the tour took place at the Cooperativa Cuna de Platero, one of the largest and most technified in the province. Juan Carlos García, R & D manager, accompanied the members of the Polish delegation on a tour to company’s facilities.
All the crops visited in Almeria and Huelva follow the Ecoculture Biosciences crop program, which includes NHDelta, XStress, CalFlux and Blush range, with notable improvements in both yield and crop quality with significant reductions in water and nitrate inputs.
The use of Ecoculture’s products, together with the technicalization of the process and the ability to serve the most demanding markets, constituted some of the contents that aroused the most interest in the Polish delegation. The visitors were very pleased with the quality of the crops and the high level of technology shown on the farms visited.