Symborg Microorganisms enhance water potential and stomatal conductance in crops CEBAS-CESIC hold iWARESA 2018 a conference on water reuse and salinity management Symborg microorganisms have proven to be very beneficial for crops subjected to adverse environmental conditions such as highly saline soils or irrigation with reused water. Scientific trials performed in collaboration with the Department […]
Collaborating in the circular economy through research into composting. Participation in Naxos2018: 6th International Conference on Sustainable Solid Waste Management. Symborg is taking part in Naxos 2018, the 6th International Conference on Sustainable Solid Waste Management held on the Greek city from 13 to 16 June. Symborg will report on a recent study carried out […]
The International Seed Federation (ISF) is organising this annual conference in Brisbane Symborg improves yields of cereals and legumes by treating the seeds Symborg will be one of the companies present at the World Seed Congress 2018 that will be held in Brisbane, Australia, from 3 to 6 June. This international conference organised by the […]
The scientific study evaluated Symborg’s Glomus and demonstrated its superiority The Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology republished various research studies reporting on the effectiveness as a phyto-fortifier of the fungus discovered and patented by the company, Glomus iranicum var tenuihypharum. The published studies demonstrated that this microorganism improves the physiological state of the plants […]
2017 was a key year to cement Symborg’s internationalisation strategy. The work the company has carried out through its new subsidiaries, and opening up new international markets, has placed Symborg as one of the number-one companies working in biotechnology applied to agriculture. The American market was one of the largest contributors to cementing its internationalisation […]
Symborg l’un des protagonistes du magazine Agriculture du Maghreb où il parle de ses produits, de ses recherches et de l’évolution de son expansion internationale.
Symborg will attend the Almond Conference 2017 held in Sacramento Symborg is one of the exhibitors at the Almond Conference, organized by the Almond Board of California, which will take place from the 5th to 7th December at the Sacramento Convention Center. The meeting, which has become the largest event on crop, will welcome over […]
Índice1 Symborg experts will be present at this meeting of USA-certified Pest Control Advisers.2 The Pest Control Advisers Conference will be held in Reno, Nevada, from 15 to 17 October Symborg experts will be present at this meeting of USA-certified Pest Control Advisers. The Pest Control Advisers Conference will be held in Reno, Nevada, from […]
Índice1 Symborg was invited as a speaker in the 8th International Table Grape Symposium2 Felix Fernández will present a scientific report demonstrating the efficacy of mycorrhization with Symborg products and the improvement in the quality of the vines Symborg was invited as a speaker in the 8th International Table Grape Symposium Felix Fernández will present […]
Organized by the International Mycorrhizal Society, held in Prague on July 30 Symborg´s new study on the use of mycorrhiza in tomato with nematodes will be presented in the Congress Félix Fernández, Director of the Research and Development Department of SYMBORG, and Ana Vila, Researcher, will participate as experts in ICOM9, the 9th International Conference […]
Symborg and thinkbio combine business technologies and expertise Symborg announced today it has taken an equity position in thinkbio, an Australian Agtech company founded in 2015 who specialise in endophytic bacteria products that are applied to agricultural crops for improved performance and sustainability. The companies will collaborate on microbial research and development and innovation (R&D+i) […]
Índice1 Symborg, new member of the ISF International Seed Federation2 Seeds treated with Symborg ensure better harvests of cereals and legumes Symborg, new member of the ISF International Seed Federation Seeds treated with Symborg ensure better harvests of cereals and legumes Symborg is positioned in the seed market. The agro-technological company facilitates the use of […]
The presentation will be on the advantages of using microorganisms and their application in the cultivation of berries. The Global Berry Congress will be held from 27 to 29 March in Rotterdam, Holland. The leading agricultural biotechnology and innovation company Symborg continues its work in disseminating the advantages of using microorganisms in agriculture. On 28 […]
Organised by 3 Chilean universities and by the Centre for Advanced Fruiticulture Studies Symborg will take part in the International Workshop on Mycorrhizal Symbiosis in the Southern Cone of South America in March, that aims to establish the current status of knowledge of mycorrhizal symbiosis in the Southern Cone of South America. It will be […]
Symborg and Biogard, a division of CBC (Europe), announced today that the companies have signed an exclusive agreement to develop and market MycoUp in Italy. MycoUp is a product based on the mycorrhizal forming fungus Glomus iranicum var. tenuihypharum, a unique and patented species only produced by Symborg. Jesús Juárez, Founder and Chief Executive Officer […]
Participation in Growtech Eurasia, the most important Turkish Agricultural Trade Fair The agricultural biotechnology company from Murcia expands the activities of its subsidiaries in the USA, Mexico, China and Turkey. One of the best performing subsidiaries is in Turkey. The agricultural and food sector in this country accounts for more than 7.1% of GDP and […]
Symborg experts give two presentations on the effectiveness of its biostimulating fungus Symborg’s subsidiary in Mexico is very active in communicating the benefits to agriculture of its mycorrhizal fungus, Glomus iranicum var. tenuihypharum. In November, the company was invited to offer two presentations: one of them at the Expo AgroAlimentaria in Guanajuato and the other […]
Nous avons étudié l’effectivité agrobiologique du champignon formateur de mycorhizes (HMA) Glomus sp1 (Glomus iranicum var. tenuihypharum), (préalablement isolé en conditions hautement salines) sur des plantes de riz cultivées dans différentes conditions de salinité. Pour ce faire, nous avons utilisé une conception statistique complètement randomisée avec deux facteurs : inoculant mycorhizien et salinité du sol.
Actuellement, la production agricole intensive exige d’établir de nouvelles optiques visant à augmenter la compétitivité et à réduire au minimum l’impact environnemental des pratiques culturelles associées au développement des cultures. En ce sens, l’établissement de relations symbiotiques entre les microorganismes et la rhizosphère de plantes semble être une technique appropriée (Aroca et al. 2013) car […]
L’effet bénéfique de l’inoculation de HMA sur un établissement de lit de semence ainsi que sur des cultures sur sol déjà établies a été démontré dans de nombreuses études. Cependant, l’utilisation de ces microorganismes sur la culture sans sol n’est pas une pratique habituelle en raison du manque d’étude abordant la capacité des mycorhizes à […]
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