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Tradecorp’s VIP division at Argus Added Value Fertilizers Europe 2018

Argus Added Value Fertilizers Europe 2018 will take place in Madrid, Spain, February 12-14. VIP (Value for Industrial Partners) will be hosting a stand at the exhibition area, where our team, specialized on the B2B segment, will be glad to inform and show you what VIP can do for your business. VIP is specialized in providing adapted technologies and innovative solutions to industrial actors, such as fertilizer and lime producers, bulk blenders, and peat substrate producers looking for added value and differentiation in their products.


Conference about abiotic stress, by José Nolasco

José Nolasco, Marketing and R&D Director at Tradecorp, will explain how abiotic stress impacts a plant’s physiology, thus affecting crop yield and quality. Nolasco will also delve into strategies for improving a plant’s tolerance against abiotic stress to alleviate its negative effects.

José Nolasco has served as Tradecorp’s Marketing and R&D Director since 2008. He is an agricultural engineer from the Polytechnic University of Madrid and holds a master’s degree in Marketing and Business Management from the Business & Marketing School ESIC. Moreover, he is an associate professor at the Polytechnic University of Madrid at the Department of Agricultural Production of the Higher Technical School of Agricultural, Food and Biosystems Engineering.


About Argus Added Value Fertilizers Europe 2018

The Argus Added Value Fertilizers conference is dedicated to specific crops, products, and people in the European market and offers a balance of technical and scientific content along with access to commercial and business opportunities in this region.  The conference seeks to bring together participants from across the fertilizer chain and will incorporate different kinds of enhanced efficiency and specialty products such as water solubles, slow and controlled release, foliars, micronutrients, and biostimulants.