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José Nolasco, Strategy and Innovation director at Tradecorp: “IsliFe 8.2 is the answer to the need of the agricultural sector to have efficient solutions with low environmental impact”

Today we are talking with José Nolasco, Strategy and Innovation director at Tradecorp, in relation to the presentation of IsliFe 8.2, Tradecorp’s new biodegradable chelate.

IsliFe 8.2, Tradecorp’s new iron chelate, combines persistence and progressive biodegradability to deal with iron deficiencies, even in the most unfavorable conditions

More than a decade of work and research yield results in Islife 8.2, a novel iron chelate that corrects and prevents iron deficiencies even in unfavorable conditions, such as calcareous and alkaline soils with extreme pH conditions.

Tradecorp will present IsliFe 8.2, the first highly efficient iron chelate with progressive biodegradability, at IsliFe Innovation Forum

In the IsliFe Innovation Forum, Tradecorp will present IsliFe 8.2, its new solution to correct and prevent iron deficiencies, even under unfavorable conditions; such as calcareous and alkaline soils, as well as extreme pH ranges.

Tradecorp / Sapec Agro Business acquires French company SDP, entering the adjuvant sector and strengthening its position in specialty crop nutrition across various markets

Sapec Agro Business announces the acquisition of French company SDP, through its subsidiary Tradecorp.

Antoni Nowosad, new Sales Delegate for South-West Poland

June 1st, Antoni Nowosad joined Tradecorp as its new South-West Sales Delegate for the company’s division in Poland.

Tradecorp renews its agreement with UNICEF, “Multiply for Childhood”

Tradecorp has renewed its agreement with UNICEF, “Multiply for Childhood”. Since 2015, we have been collaborating in this joint initiative and the renewal of our participation will allow us to continue to contribute to the Schools for Africa project.

When climate still fights against us and best farm management practices have not been enough: L-α Amino Acids

Improving soil structure and promoting the plants ability to resist drought stress increases the ability of agriculture to push back against drought and desertification helping ensure critical food supplies.

Priming Effect: Preparing plants to combat drought and other abiotic stress conditions

Plants growing in Drought prone conditions can be subject to immense environmental (abiotic) stress. By preparing the plant for abiotic stress, if and when it occurs, the plant is less affected by the stress and has the potential to recover quicker, which help to minimize yield loss.

Avoiding Soil erosion and increasing water infiltration and water holding capacity

Soil Structure directly affects the ability of soil to resist drought and desertification. Fundamental to soil structure is the presence of Soil Organic Matter (SOM) and, within the SOM component, Humic Acids play a fundamental role. Obviously, soils that have suffered a loss of SOM have also lost most of their Humic Acids.

Marcos Alajarín will speak about the importance of biostimulants at the CNCIC 2018 – Global Specialty Fertilizer Convention, China

Alajarín’s seminar will be taking place on the 15th of June at the CNCIC 2018 Global Specialty Fertilizer Convention, located in Bejing, China.