Oidio: Una Minaccia Fungina per le Piante e come risolverlo.

L’oidio è una malattia fungina che colpisce una vasta gamma di piante, dalle colture agricole alle piante ornamentali.La caratteristica distintiva dell’oidio è la comparsa di una patina biancastra e polverosa sulle superfici delle foglie, steli e a volte sui frutti.

Riequilibrare la Microflora Batterica in modo innovativo

L’equilibrio della microflora batterica gioca un ruolo fondamentale nella salute e nella produttività delle piante, specialmente quando producono frutti. L’alterazione di questo equilibrio può portare a una serie di problemi che possono compromettere la qualità e la resa delle colture e risulta quindi necessario riequilibrare la microflora batterica.

Trichoderma: An Important Aid for Plants

In the vast world of agriculture and plant care, the importance of maintaining a healthy, pathogen-free environment is crucial to ensure crop health and productivity. In this context, Trichoderma emerges as a key ally, offering a natural and effective solution to protect plants from a wide range of fungal diseases.

Grapevine esca disease: cures and treatments

Esca malaria is a major threat to vineyards worldwide, causing considerable damage to grape and wine production. In this article, we explore the origins of the disease, the associated symptoms and the prevention strategies that winegrowers can adopt to protect their vineyards.

Nematodes: a hidden threat

Nematodes, or roundworms, are a large class of organisms that play a significant role in ecosystems around the world. These microscopic, unsegmented worms can be plant pests and cause a number of problems in agriculture.

Olive grove transplanting: when to do it and how

The olive tree is a fruit tree widely cultivated throughout the Mediterranean. Probably originating in Asia Minor and Syria, it is now one of Italy's main crops and therefore plays a key role in the country's economy. Read more.

Dry grain tanning: what is it and what is it used for?

Tanning of cereals is a treatment that consists of applying substances such as crop protection agents, fertilisers or biostimulants to the seed in a precise and localised manner. Read more.

Fertilising vines in autumn: techniques and benefits

Fertilisation is an agricultural practice that restores substances removed by cultivation to the soil and thus improves its biological, chemical and physical properties. It is therefore an action aimed at rebalancing soil health, which is also fundamental for plant development and growth. Read more!

Beauveria Bassiana: a parasitic fungus of insect pests

Beauveria bassiana is an antagonistic, endophytic and entomopathogenic fungus that was discovered by the entomologist Agostino Bassi in 1835. This microorganism acts as a parasite of several insect families and is therefore widely used for plant and crop protection in agriculture. Read more!

Zeolite: an ally against abiotic and biotic stresses

Increasingly used in both conventional and organic agriculture, zeolite is able to boost the immune system of plants, protecting them from insects and fungal diseases. Find out more by reading the article!

Twintech biostimulants: a line to nourish and protect plants from stress

The products in the Twintech line are designed to improve the supply of nutrients to plants and, at the same time, help them overcome abiotic and biotic stresses. Discover all our products in the Twintech line!

Probiotics for soil and plant health: benefits and which ones to choose

Probiotics are microorganisms that can promote the health and well-being of many living things. Discover the role of probiotics for soil and plants by reading the article!

Biocontrol pests: the fungus Beauveria bassiana

Beauveria bassiana is a fungus found in soils around the world that has found use in pest biocontrol, acting on both larvae and adults. Find out more in the article.

How to eliminate elaterids or 'ferrets' on potatoes

Rizotech MB not only ensures rapid development of the root system, improving the plant's efficiency in absorbing water and nutrients, but also reduces the development and spread of elaterid larvae.

Rooting: Nature had thought of everything!

The most important stage in the success of a new plant is the rooting and establishment of the young plants. In this important phase, the plant produces primary roots to search for water, while secondary roots develop to absorb nutrients, and the soil microbiota (the collection of useful microorganism species) plays a key role here.

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