The deficiency of nutrients in the cultivated soils translates into a significant reduction in the nutritional quality of the fruits obtained and in lower yields for the farmers.
The large-scale use of chemical fertilizers causes irreparable damage to the structure of the soil and its mineral cycles, microbial flora, plants, and entire ecosystem.
Slow-release nanoformulated fertilizers, which increase the effectiveness of the applied active principles, favoring a more efficient fertilization and a more sustainable agriculture
Biomimetic nanoparticles composed of essential macronutrients for plants, and synthesized by a process of biomimesis.
This gives them a high bioactivity, biocompatibility and biodegradability.
They have low solubility in aqueous media, which allows the slow and gradual release of macronutrients.
Biomimetic nanofertilizer, rich in calcium, designed to respond to apical rot (Blosson end Root).
It contributes Ca in the apices of growth of the plants, being apt so much for foliar use as radical.
It improves the final quality of the products obtained in different types of horticultural farms.
Biomimetic nanofertilizer, enriched with biostimulants, designed to enhance plant development, and simultaneously release biostimulants and macronutrients inside the tissues of the plant, at specific moments of the crop cycle.
The active principles are released before chemical changes originated by the plant’s own metabolism, which increases its effectiveness and effectiveness.
Technology-based company, promoted by a highly qualified team with extensive experience and previous activities both in R&D, in the fields of plant nutrition and inorganic chemistry, and in business development.
The project has the collaboration and participation of researchers from the Spanish Universities of Granada and Almería.
Sede Científica PITA – Of. 1
Campus de la Universidad de Almería
04120 La Cañada (Almería – España)
Calle Regaliz, 6
Polígono La Celulosa
04007 Almería (España)
Tel. +34 950 803 998
Calle Eduardo Vicente, 7
28028 Madrid (España)
Tel. +34 618 075 721