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.
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.
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.
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.
With an eye on the export of added value and a high-potential South American market, the leading company in agricultural microbiology is committed to differentiating itself through superior quality standards.
Argentina obtained authorization to export this legume to China, setting up a challenge for national growers. In order to achieve good yields and quality, technicians recommend choosing a well-drained plot and prioritizing early crop care. Seed treatment and inoculation are two strategic practices.
July, 2021, Pergamino, Argentina/ Davis, CA, USA. – Rizobacter -- a subsidiary of Bioceres Crop Solutions Corp. (NASDAQ: BIOX) and a global leader in sustainable solutions for agriculture -- and Marrone Bio (NASDAQ: MBII) (MBI) -- an international leader in sustainable bioprotection and plant health solutions -- today announced that Rizonema , a biological seed treatment for nematodes and soil dwelling insects, will be offered for use in row crops in Brazil through an expanded distribution agreement.
Rizobacter launches a new specialty fertilizer product line called Microstar BIO, where biologicals are combined with a chemical fertilizer