10/Mar/2022

#03

Every week, financing rounds, distribution agreements and acquisition between companies are confirmedThe bioinputs business segment «is on fire». This is how the executive president of Bioceres, the Argentine agricultural inputs firm, describes the rapid growth of his company, as described in the article that heads this third edition of the Biologicals Latam newsletter. This initiative of Redagrícola in the growing world of bioinputs is a complement to the Biostimulants Series that will be presented throughout 2022, with different conferences focused on technical and scientific novelties in the use of these solutions. The first of these Series will be led by the distinguished professor Dr. Patrick Brown, researcher at the University of California, Davis, and one of the major eminences in the area of plant nutrition. Check out this newsletter, share it with your contacts and be sure to subscribe to continue receiving it every 15 days.

Patricio Trebilcock
Director of Redagricola

Federico Trucco, CEO of Bioceres, the Argentine agricultural inputs and seeds company, and its unprecedented quarterly growth: «We are on fire». 

A biological march that goes at full speed 

The Argentine firm Bioceres has achieved unprecedented increases in its revenues, as it concentrates its efforts on reducing the use of chemicals in crops and promoting bacterial inoculants, fertilizers and stimulants. Its sales almost doubled in the end of 2021, it diversified in the United States and Europe, and its profits jumped by 400%.   

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Video: the fantastic language between Trichoderma and plants, a key to the development of bioinputs

Recent research has revealed an incredible phenomenon: the mechanisms by which plants and microorganisms communicate, understand each other and adjust their behavior. This is presented by the renowned Mexican scientist José López Bucio, who explains how this process works based on recent explorations of the Trichogramma-fungus. As the Professor-Researcher at the Institute of Chemical-Biological Research of the Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo points out, these interactions open the doors to a world where these living beings show a highly developed behavior, which has been key to the development of bioinputs for agriculture.

Research identifies the exact moment when heat stress hits corn hardest

Many of the new biostimulants coming to market seek to improve the resistance of plants to heat shock and the stress generated by high temperatures. However, it is key to know when and where to apply them so that they achieve their objective. In this framework, Professor Kevin Begcy, Ph.D., and his team at the University of Florida are studying how crops respond to heat stress.

Dr. Patrick Brown Kicks Off Redagricola's Series On Biostimulants And Biocontrol That Will Run Throughout 2022

How to measure and be more efficient in the use of nutrients when using biostimulants.

This is the opening theme of the Biostimulants Series that Redagricola will present throughout 2022. There will be online sessions in which participants can dedicate one day per month to delve into the technical aspects of biological inputs and new tools in agriculture. In addition, they will be in contact with some of the most internationally renowned professionals and researchers in this field that is changing traditional agronomic management and betting on more sustainable and productive strategies.

SAS Expands Its Bio-inputs Catalog With Latin American Flavors

The Spanish firm bets on coffee and bananas to expand its influence in biostimulants to the ​​bioprotection sector. By doing so, it seeks to boost its growth in the Americas, where it makes 50% of its income.

8 keys on the new process for the approval of biopesticides in Europe

The European Union seeks to facilitate the processes that allow the application of biopesticides in agricultural land, where food is produced for its 450 million inhabitants. Therefore, as part of their “Farm to Fork” program, the member states approved new regulations to facilitate the approval of microorganisms and their use as active substances in phytosanitary products. Thus, European farmers will have new options to replace their chemical pesticides and shift towards new solutions consistent "with sustainable food systems", according to the continental authority.

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Market movers

Brazilian BP Bunge Bioenergia will extend the use of biofertilizers to all its sugar cane fields

Mosaic and BioConsortia Expand Nitrogen Fixing Microbial Products to Asia Markets

Corteva and Marrone Bio agree on exclusive distribution of new bionutrient in Europe

Dutch company Koppert invests US$ 10 million in Brazil to expand its biologics plant

Hello Nature creates joint venture for a US$ 50 million factory in Indiana, USA

Florida-based Salveo Agro receives early-stage investment to globalize its biocontrol technology

Brazilian Agrivalle signs partnership with subsidiary of Canadian Nutrien for distribution of biological products in the largest agricultural states in Brazil

Harpe Bioherbicide Solutions secures US$3 million in financing round

Scientists From Southern Chile Develop Biopesticide From The Lupine Legume

Agrichem Bio Broadens the Label Of Its Biofungicide Actileaf

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Biologicals Latam is a newsletter from Redagricola to provide specialized information on the intense activity that is taking place in the field of bio-inputs for agricultural production. This publication in English and Spanish is a complement to the series of courses and conferences that this media group carries out on the subject.