Natural Solutions for Sustainable and Regenerative Agriculture



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Ramón Alcaraz
Laura Sánchez


Murcia | Spain


Development of new eco-friendly biofertilizers based in microorganisms which, through sustainable strategies, enhance crop productivity reducing the environmental impact. In Naturbec we have developed Genesys and Nitrogénesys from selected microorganisms to reduce the use of chemical fertilizers. The strains included in them are able to fix Nitrogen, solubilize phosphorus and mobilize potassium that are not bioavailable. To ensure the optimal conditions for microbial activity, and to maximize the effect of biofertilizers, we have developed Tango, a prebiotic with high content in organic matter, humic extract, amino acids, and phytohormones from seaweed. Thereby, fertility of deteriorated soils by an excessive use of chemicals is regenerated, promoting more ecological methods and circular economy practices in agriculture. 


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  1. Thank you for sharing with everyone the work you are doing on biofertilisers. I would like to invite you to visit our Stand 19 - Agripower Australia, to learn about the benefits that silicon fertiliser has for conservation agriculture, soil and plant health, and carbon sequestration. Please leave a message for us if you would like to meet and talk more!

  2. Good evening. I am Dr. Nandini from BAIF Development Research Foundation, India. We are representing our work on 'Soil restoration for achieving sustainable livelihoods, climate change adaptation and mitigation' through stand no 37. Please visit our stand and join our event on 18-05-2021 between 14.00 to 15.00 IST.
    The topic for the event is 'Tree based farming system (Wadi)'. BAIF Development Research Foundation in partnership with farming families, has evolved and promoted “Tree Based Farming System” popularly known as “Wadi”. The Wadi model has been widely adopted by more than 0.45 million families in 25 states of India. This has resulted in significant increase in farm income, reduction in distress migration, better nutrition and improved quality of lives of the participating families. The programme interventions have resulted in various environmental benefits including improved biodiversity and substantial sequestration of carbon in soil and wood biomass. This session aims at sharing the details of the Wadi model and our experience pertaining to it.