On September 9, World Agriculture Day is celebrated to highlight the daily work carried out by millions of people around the world in the agricultural sector, as well as to raise awareness of the many challenges facing this sector.
The impact of climate change and new food consumption trends make it essential to study, develop and innovate in agriculture.
Agricultural activity plays a fundamental role in the Sustainable Development Goals, as the evolution towards precision agriculture can help to eradicate hunger, reduce poverty, protect the natural environment and boost economic development.
With this objective in mind, the EC has included the Farm to Fork project in the European Green Deal, which aims to encourage innovation and promote a change in consumer awareness that will generate a more sustainable food system.
At EMSA we want to be an active part of the change towards a more respectful, sustainable and healthy agriculture, through the creation of a range of fertilizers and biostimulants, suitable for organic farming, created with raw materials and ingredients of natural origin or from the circular economy.
The Naturful range includes these 4 product lines:
Biostimulants based on organic matter, fulvic acids, potassium and nitrogen that provide numerous benefits to plants, improving crop growth and increasing yields. The constant supply in small quantities of Naturful provides good plant health and prepares the plant to combat abiotic stress phases.
It is a line of biostimulants of natural origin composed of balanced mixtures of amino acids easily assimilated by the plant. It accelerates growth and prepares the silver to mitigate the effects in stress phases by improving flowering, fruit set and average fruit size.
Composed of humic and fulvic acids based on leonardite (of natural origin). It provides organic matter so it plays a vital role in soil structuring and regeneration.
Created based on extracts of Ascophyllum nodosum algae. It mainly favors the metabolic activity of the plant by activating it to produce its own hormones. Increases the activity of soil microorganisms preparing it to create a balanced ecosystem in a natural way in symbiosis with the plant.