Bacteria-based, cyanobacteria and microalgae, it provides biotechnological solutions from high-natural phytohormones
Biorizon Biotech has presented at Seville its technology named Trietech, designed to enhance the quality of agricultural products in a context of maximum food safety. Through its R&D project manager, a presentation was made in the course of the agri-food workshop ‘Challenges for the sustainable production of almond and stone fruits’ organized by Asociafruit and Cajamar, sponsored, among others, by Biorizon Biotech company.
The almerian company, pioneer and European one number per volume of business in products for agriculture from microalgae, has presented its “biotechnological solutions for agriculture”, and within research with microalgae acquires special relevance. This information has been accompanied by a business, market and marketing tests.
Biorizon Biotech TrieTech© technology, is the result of research conducted in recent years in the field of bacteria, cyanobacteria and microalgae. A study conducted with about 1,800 strains of bacteria, 2,000 strains of microalgae and cyanobacteria has allowed to us to identify natural phytohormones, polyphenols, hormone precursors, etc., which are the basis of our products under TrieTech © technology” .
In his presentation, was highlighted that this technology offers high levels of chlorophyll, a hormonal effect that stimulates the growth of the plant and high-interest substances input like sugar, polysaccharides, mannitol, and mineral nutrients, any way natural. The use of bacteria, cyanobacteria and microalgae, offers not only results faster and much more powerful than other traditional substances used as synthetic hormones, but also provides the advantage of their results from natural components whose absorption leaves no residues in fruit and plant”.
The main objective of this Conference was held on Sevilla, Spain, was show progress in sustainable production and advance prospects for the future. The agronomic aspects that are considered most relevant, such as varietal innovation, new models of production, efficiency in the use of water, plant health, harvesting and post-harvest handling have been addressed.