The project is based on a production engineering study over a period of 6 months for the purpose of analysing each of the processes that determine the capacity and output of the production plant in l’Alcúdia, Valencia.
The Spanish company has obtained plant protection registration for its Fungisei biofungicide in Mexico and confirms the extension of the product’s uses in Peru and Morocco. Seipasa also announces that Pirecris bioinsecticide is now registered in Greece and Cyprus.
Around 500 experts came together at the Águilas Auditorium and Conference Centre in Murcia (Spain) to analyse the main risks and threats to this crop in relation to three issues: the emergence of new pests and diseases, global warming and the impact of the EU’s increasingly stringent regulatory framework.
The certification awarded by SENASA applies to control of die-back (Lasiodiplodia theobromae) and is additional to the registration that the product already holds for the control of powdery mildew and botrytis on peppers, grapevines and blueberries.
‘Talking about sustainability and cost-efficiency’ brings together more than 20 professionals and experts to discuss the key trends that will shape the development of the industry over the next 10 years.