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Indigo debuts in biocontrol by launching nematicide at Tecnoshow 2023qrcode

Apr. 18, 2023

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Apr. 18, 2023

Indigo AG
United States  United States

Biotrinsic.pngThe technology company Indigo announced the official launch of its first crop protection product: the biotrinsic bionematicide, formulated based on Pseudomonas oryzihabitans.

The novelty was presented during the Tecnoshow 2023 fair, which had special coverage by AgroPages.

According to Indigo, biotrinsic has a ″premium performance, controlling all stages of nematode growth and leaving plants and soil healthier.″

The main targets are cysts (Heterodra glycines), galls (Meloidogyne incognita), and lesions (Pratylenchus brachyurus).

″Since it is a multi-crop bionematicide, it can be applied to soy, corn, cotton, wheat, rice, beans, peanuts, and sorghum crops,″ explained Reinaldo Bonnecarrere, LATAM director of Indigo biological products.

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Cristiano Pinchetti

For the CEO of LATAM Indigo, Cristiano Pinchetti, with the registration of the first Pseudomonas-based product in MAPA, the company reinforces its commitment to environmental conservation and prioritizes the development of sustainable agriculture.

″Indigo is committed to creating solutions to solve one of agriculture’s great challenges, which is to increase productivity sustainably, causing less environmental impact. Our project is to develop biological products with microorganisms and new technologies,″ Cristiano said.

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Reinando Bonnecarrere

Executive Reinando Bonnecarrere, who is also an agronomist and doctor of physiology of crops, says that at Indigo the use of biotechnology combined with artificial intelligence and digital technologies in the selection of microorganisms is capable of making agriculture more productive, profitable, and sustainable.

″Since our founding in 2014, we have been at the forefront of innovation, seeking solutions to problems in the field. We use state-of-the-art tools in biotechnology, researching in the best open-air laboratory in the world, the production field," he said in conclusion.

(Editing by Leonardo Gottems, reporter for AgroPages)

Source: AgroNews


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