Iron – essential for crops. How to control chlorosis?

What are the functions of iron in crops? Iron plays a number of important functions in plants, which focus around the most crucial physiological processes. Without this micronutrient, crops cannot grow properly, their resistance decreases, and they become susceptible to diseases. Functions of iron: Causes of iron deficiencies – not so obvious In agricultural practices, […]

Maize biostimulation matters!

How does the biostimulation work? Biostimulation focuses on enhancing plant growth, health, and productivity through innovative methods. Biostimulants operate on various levels, including: stimulating the root system, improving the absorption of nutrients, strengthening resistance to diseases and environmental stresses. Thanks to this, the plants become stronger, healthier and more efficient. This approach is particularly relevant […]

AMINO ULTRA® awarded by International Fair Plovidiv

We are honored to announce that AMINO ULTRA® series has won the INNOVATIONS COMPETITION, organised by International Fair Plovdiv, in the category: “Fertilizers and products for agriculture”. AMINO ULTRA® are innovative, micronutrient fertilisers intended for foliar feeding. AMINO ULTRA® are based on the patented GCAA technology, in which micronutrients are bonded with the amino acid […]

AMINO ULTRA® – ultra fast nutrition effect. Up to 60% better efficiency of plant nutrition!

AMINO ULTRA® are micronutrient foliar fertilisers developed using patented GCAA technology. This technology is based on a naturally occurring transporter in plants: – glycine. Glycine is the smallest and the most mobile amino acid in plants. Micronutrients bonded with glycine ensure faster and more effective plant nutrition than mineral salts, oxides or fertilisers based on […]

PLANTICINE® plant immunizer is now a certified as biostimulant (PFC6) under the new European regulations (2019/1009)

A very frequently discussed topic in agriculture is the possibility of increasing the natural immunity of plants. Yield losses due to pathogens are very high worldwide every year, and this is becoming an increasing problem for farmers as chemical crop protection is restricted and withdrawn. Therefore, treatments carried out on crops need to include products […]

New Energy Source for Plants – PLONVIT® NUTRIBOOST™

We are introducing improved microelement fertilisers from the PLONVIT® series. They have been enriched with the innovative NUTRIBOOST™ technology, which uses a substance naturally occurring in plants for better crop nutrition. The NUTRIBOOST™ technology is based on the combination of microelements with an organic gluconic acid molecule. This ensures higher nutrition efficiency, better absorption, and […]

BACTIM® FERTI – Microbiological Support for Fertigated Crops

We continue the topic of microbiological innovations and are pleased to introduce another innovative product joining the INTERMAG portfolio this year. BACTIM® FERTI is a product specially dedicated to fertigated crops. Its formula, containing carefully selected strains of bacteria, creates a natural barrier around the root system of plants, reducing the harmfulness of soil-borne diseases […]

Microbiological support for horticultural crops – BACTIM® HORTI

At the start of the new year, INTERMAG proudly continues its mission to promote innovative practices in agriculture. We are honored to present to you our latest achievement in the field of microbiology – BACTIM® HORTI, specially designed for the horticultural cultivation sector. BACTIM® HORTI represents a breakthrough in natural plant protection. This product creates […]

Nitrogen production directly in the plant with BACTIM® ENDOFIX

In response to the growing demand for sustainable cultivation methods, INTERMAG is also expanding its range of microbiological products, introducing BACTIM® ENDOFIX to the market.This unique product uses advanced technology to fix atmospheric nitrogen and for the production of biostimulating substances directly in the plant. The key ingredient is a patented strain of endophytic bacteria […]

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