tecnologías sustentables rizobacter
31 March 2022
The company leads the inoculant market in South Africa and commercializes its products in other eight countries. It has consolidated its presence in the region through alliances with key players to reach growers and to open new markets.
02 March 2022
BIOLOGICAL NUTRITION BOARD - Martín Díaz-Zorita – FA UNLPam (School of Agronomy, National University of La Pampa)
23 February 2022
A study by Rizobacter's LEAF lab demonstrated that this technology provides prolonged stability to the mixture and improves the performance of active ingredients which are strategic for difficult weeds control.
04 January 2022
TABLE OF BIOLOGICAL NUTRITION - Fernando Salvagiotti - Researcher in Plant Nutrition and Soil Nutrition - EEA Oliveros INTA - Independent Researcher of CONICET
09 December 2021
Rizobacter has already captured 23% of the market and is now focused on deepening biological fertilization in more than 40 countries. The company is among the five largest companies producing biological inputs in the world.
09 December 2021
In 2022, Rizobacter plans to open an adjuvants plant in Londrina to supply the growing crop protection market.
Soybean Innovation LAB, Rizobacter
29 October 2021
Rizobacter has proudly partnered Soybean Innovation Lab with the shared commitment to build a “Better Agriculture.”
20 September 2021
BIOLOGICAL NUTRITION BOARD - Gabriel Prieto, Agricultural Engineer, Master's Degree in Soil Sciences, Head of Rural Extension Unit (AER) Arroyo Seco of the National Institute of Agricultural Technology (INTA) and Legumes Specialist.
17 September 2021
Starting this year, Rizobacter will certify its carbon footprint to meet specific goals in reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and continue contributing to actions to combat climate change. The company thus strengthens its corporate sustainability strategy, aligned with a low-carbon agriculture paradigm.
inoculantes para soja
17 September 2021
With 44 years of history, Rizobacter’s growth is reflected in its progressively strong global presence: 23% of the world's soybean is treated with its inoculation technologies.