Field studies

Efficacy & Fertilizer studies

The Efficacy field trials are conducted in compliance with Good Experimental Practice (GEP) to demonstrate the effectiveness of agrochemicals to control weeds, insect pests, or fungal diseases, as well as their selectivity to the crop. Trials are also conducted to measure the development of resistance to agrochemicals.

Fertilizer trials are performed with the most common nutrients such as, nitrogen, phosphorus, and potasium to assess the direct and residual effects of different fertilizers on the crop yield and fertility of the soil, respectively. Trials can also be conducted on other micronutrients or biostimulants.

BioChem AGROLOGIA philosophy is to continually operate according to the highest possible standards (EPPO).

Biological Trials for phytosanitary products development:

  • Herbicides
  • Insecticides
  • Fungicides
  • Growth regulators
  • Nematicides
  • Plant health products

Efficacy trials can be performed with artificial inoculation when needed.

We have experience in the development of agrochemical products on a large crop variety.

Fertilizer trials in:

  • Golf courses
  • Field
  • Greenhouse

Types of applications:

  • Ferti-irrigation
  • Granulated
  • Soil injection
  • Liquid

We also perform more complex plant nutrition studies.

Fertilizer trials have been conducted on a large crop variety such as corn, rice, broccoli, pepper, cauliflower, cabbage, sugarbeet…

Efficacy & Fertilizier

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