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Biotrop showcases biofungicide Bombardeiro at Expodireto 2024qrcode

Mar. 26, 2024

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Mar. 26, 2024

Brazil  Brazil

image.pngThe Brazilian company specializing in biological solutions, Biotrop, showcased its new biofungicide, Bombardeiro (Bacillus velezensis + Bacillus pumilus + Bacillus subtilis), at Expodireto 2024.

According to the manufacturer, Bombardeiro is a potent microbiological fungicide with an exclusive low-dosage liquid formulation and multi-site action, and is effective against more than 25 targets for which it is registered.

In addition to its shock and residual effects, the company pointed out that the product also promotes growth, induces plant resistance, and effectively manages fungicide resistance.


Biotrop’s booth at the exhibition area received numerous clients and farmers interested in learning about its biological technologies.

Furthermore, the company participated in the fair’s ESG space to explain the importance of bio-inputs for sustainable agriculture.

Aramis Camargo.jpegAccording to Aramis Camargo, ESG Coordinator, contributing information on this topic confirms Biotrop’s role in revolutionizing agriculture.

″Since our establishment, we have been promoting the importance of regenerative agriculture for more sustainable agricultural production,″ he said.

″We are excited to disseminate this knowledge at Expodireto as biological inputs are essential for this process,″ he added.

Cezar Farias.jpegMeanwhile, Cezar Farias, Marketing Manager at Biotrop, said, ″The biologicals market continues to grow and be rapidly adopted mainly due to two factors, which are new technologies that increasingly meet the needs of rural producers and the spread of knowledge about bio-inputs, which highlight their benefits and modes of action.″

″By demonstrating how biologicals work and the effectiveness of our products, we create opportunities for the company and for farmers,″ he added. 

Brazil is the world’s largest producer and consumer of biologicals, a market that is expected to reach some R$17 billion by 2030, a growth rate of 23% between 2022 and 2023, according to a study by CropLife and S&P Global.

″Local manufacturing further enhances the development of this market, considering the stability of the domestic currency and the fact that it does not depend on import procedures,″ Farias said.

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(Editing by Leonardo Gottems, reporter for AgroPages)

Source: AgroNews


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