The use of biostimulants contributes to increasing crop yields, improving their quality and also the balance between the crops and the soil. Biostimulants are in fact substances or micro-organisms that, applied to crops, stimulate their natural processes, improving the efficiency of absorption of nutrients and water, raising their tolerance towards stress. All this, for the benefit of final productions.
Green Has Italia will take part in the 25th edition of HORTITEC , the technical exibition of horticolture, protected cultivation and intensive crops.
GREEN HAS ITALIA participated enthusiastically in this event, not only with a large stand but also with the participation in the conference “Focus on biostimulants” organized by Image Line and with two workshops in collaboration with L’Informatore Agrario.
From 9 to 11 May, Green Has Italia will actively participate in Macfrut, Fruit & Veg Professional Show for traders of the fruit and vegetables sector in Italy and in Europe.
The workshop is an occasion for a technical and scientific training about the use of biostimulants on fruit and vegetables crops.
Green Has Italia interview at 3rd Biostimulants World Congress
For Christmas, GREEN HAS ITALIA has chosen to donate a contribution to the Italian CISV (an association dealing with voluntary projects – www.cisvto.org) for the project called “ FOOD DEMOCRACY IN GUINEA”. The goal of this project is to support sustainable family–run agriculture. Despite the abundance of water and the presence of croplands, the region …
GREEN HAS ITALIA is present at the most important world event on biostimulants for agriculture, stand no. 73, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Miami The studies carried out by our Research and Development department are being displayed during the days of the congress: Investigation of the positive effects exerted by a new biostimulant on soybean (Glycine max …
From 18 to 20 October 2017 GREEN HAS ITALIA has been pleased to welcome on its stand many visitors arrived to Fruit Attraction, the international trade show for the fruit and vegetable industry.
One of the biggest problems for those working in the field of floriculture is to ensure a fast and vigorous rooting of young seedlings.