Updated 15th March, 2020
Due to the difficult health emergency situation the world is experiencing, in AGROBIO we follow the guidelines recommended by the authorities to collaborate in the control of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
We are committed to people and the strategic food sector, that is why we have adapted our work processes to protect the health of our employees and customers. We will continue with normal production levels, guaranteeing product availability and continuity of deliveries, always in accordance with the regulations decreed in each territory.
Agrobío – March 11th, 2016
Fruit trees have a short flowering time. This means that pollinators must do a quick and effective job since flowers will be open only a few days, sometimes in winter and other times in spring.
Here are 8 keys you have to know for a successful pollination on fruit crops..
Agrobío – February 18th , 2016
It doesn’t matter whether it’s cold or hot, bumblebees go out to work. The weather conditions have less influence in their pollination activity, unlike other pollinators such as honey bees.
Bumblebees are very peculiar insects and have 5 characteristics that you probably didn’t know.
Agricultura2000 page 15 – February 3, 2016
As we all remember, the first green revolution began at the beginning of the sixties. With the introduction of mechanization in agriculture, a variety improvements, fertigation and chemical pest control, agriculture underwent an important change which contribusted decisively to increase food production, to surpass food shortage and improve population nutrition in many parts of the world. And, although there are other parts that are still waiting for this revolution, the most technically advanced societies are still looking for products in which are cleaner and safer.