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 3000 professionals from the almond industry.
The Almond Conference is celebrating its 45th edition and will bring together producers, handlers, suppliers, distributors, marketing professionals and research staff from all over the world. The Almond Board of California has prepared an extensive panel of talks with over 60 expert speakers covering different topics, such as science, agronomy, marketing trends, regulatory frameworks, etc. The Almond Conference will host over 260 booths from participating enterprises. Attendees will be able to bring and share their knowledge on the latest developments, helping this market sector keep up to date.
Symborg’s booth at the Almond Conference (No. 236) will become the meeting point for all Californian producers who want to find out about the effects that certain microorganisms can have on improving their crops. Specifically, the case of Glomus iranicum var. tenuihypharum , an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus (AMF) patented by Symborg, which stimulates plant growth and productivity. When it comes in contact with the roots, it forms a symbiotic relationship with them. This symbiosis promotes the generation of extramatrical mycelium, which facilitates the absorption and transport of more nutrients to the plants, generating very significant increases in yields.
Symborg has developed various products such as MycoUp, which inoculate this powerful fungus into the roots of the plants through irrigation systems, achieving notable improvements in the physiological condition of the plants and the quality and quantity of their fruits.
The Symborg team will also take the opportunity to present TrichoSym Bio, a biological product based on the exclusive strain of the fungus Trichoderma harzianum T78.
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