THE NOVEL APPROACH OF FARMING.

THE NOVEL APPROACH OF FARMING.

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SANBOS launches next generation root repair Sanbio VITAL

Gutenborn, Germany (November 01, 2019) – SANBOS GmbH will launch next generation of ferti-activator Sanbio VITAL powered by innovative Sanbio Biocytalytic Stimulation Technology. With the introduction of this next generation ferti-activator from SANBOS, farmers will be able to enjoy strong and long-lasting growth, pest and disease control with minimal dosage rate.

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Effect of ferti-activator Sanbio PLANTA in controlling Verticillum wilt disease of olive (Nadhir Jedidi, Tunisia)

Bir Bouregba, Tunisia (December 21, 2018) – Verticillium wilt is a most important disease of olives (Olea europaea). It affects olive trees in commercial orchards and landscape plantings. This disease is caused by soil-borne fungi, Verticillium alboatrum and V. dahliae. Root knot nematode, lesion nematode, and Texas root rot also infect the roots of olive. If the verticillium wilt fungi are present in the soil when one of these three attack, then the verticillium wilt fungi can more easily enter the olive.

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Evaluation of performance of ferti-activator Sanbio EPSOMIT on the durum wheat variety `Monastir´ in Tunisia

Béjà, Tunisia (August 08, 2018) – Durum wheat production in Tunisia is an important part of agricultural production. Tunisia wants to achieve stable production of cereals, especially wheat. Cereals cultivation in Tunisia is still dependent on climatic conditions and is subject to severe droughts and suffers from problems of yield, quality and production costs.

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How I got +22% more wheat in Tunisia

Béjà, Tunisia (June 15, 2017) – The production of wheat seed in Tunisia suffers from major problems in terms of yield, quality and production costs. The aim of this study is to evaluate the effects of ferti-activator Sanbio EPSOMIT on productivity and production costs on wheat variety ´Mâali´.

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“I used the ferti-activator Sanbio EPSOMIT to combat Verticillium wilt in tomato and rescued my harvest.” (Mejdi ZEBIDI, Tunisia)

Békalta, Tunisia (March 13, 2017) – Verticillium Wilt, one of the most widespread and destructive soil-borne diseases of plants, attacks a large number of woody and herbaceous species throughout the world. The causal fungus, Verticillium dahliae, infects susceptible plants through the roots and invades and plugs the water conducting tissues. Verticlllium is especially damaging to tomatoes worldwide.

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Evaluation of performance of SANBIO ferti-activators EPSOMIT and PLANTA on the productivity of citrus variety ´Maltese´ in Tunisia

Bi’r Marwah, Tunisia (March 10, 2017) – Citrus are strategic fruits of the Tunisian agriculture sector. Maltese oranges, navel oranges, clementines, lemons, and mandarins are the leading citrus crops grown in Tunisia. Production has steadily increased during the last decade mainly for export into EC. However, the farmers facing to huge challenges at the time, climate change, water supply, diseases and increased production costs.

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Know how to get much better yield of wheat in Tunisia

Jendouba, Tunisia (August 16, 2016) – The production of wheat seed in Tunisia suffers from major problems in terms of yield, quality and production costs. The aim of this study is to evaluate the effects of ferti-activator Sanbio EPSOMIT on productivity and production costs on cereals varieties ´Mâali´ and ´Mahmoudi´.

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Evaluation of performance of ferti-activators EPSOMIT and PLANTA on the productivity of citrus variety ´Meksi Ansli´ in Tunisia

Bouargoub, Tunisia (March 04, 2016) – Citrus are strategic fruits of the Tunisian agriculture sector. Maltese oranges, navel oranges, clementines, lemons, and mandarins are the leading citrus crops grown in Tunisia. Production has steadily increased during the last decade mainly for export into EC. However, the farmers facing to huge challenges at the time, climate change, water supply, diseases and increased production costs.

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Evaluation of performance of SANBIO ferti-activators EPSOMIT and PLANTA on the productivity of citrus variety `Washington Navel´ in Tunisia

Bouargoub, Tunisia (March 04, 2016) – Citrus are strategic fruits of the Tunisian agriculture sector. Maltese oranges, navel oranges, clementines, lemons, and mandarins are the leading citrus crops grown in Tunisia. Production has steadily increased during the last decade mainly for export into EC. However, the farmers facing to huge challenges at the time, climate change, water supply, diseases and increased production costs.

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Evaluation of effects on growth and defense mechanisms of Sanbio biostimulants on tomato and melon recorded seven days after inoculation with soil borne pathogens causing wilting (Fusarium ox.) and air borne pathogens causing gray mold (Botrytis cinerea) under controlled conditions

Tunis, Tunisia (November 23, 2015) – Worldwide, 20–25% of all harvested fruit and vegetables are lost annually in the field and throughout the postharvest supply chain due to rotting by fungal pathogens. Botrytis Grey Mould infects over 200 plant species, causing grey mould, evident on the surface as grey fluffy mycelium. Worldwide, it causes annual losses of $10 billion to $100 billion. It is able to counteract a broad range of plant defence chemicals.

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Evaluation of performance of simultaneous use of ferti-activator mix of SANBIO line on the productivity of table grapes variety ´Muscat Italia´ in Tunisia

Tunis, Tunisia (November 01, 2015) – At first glance, Tunisia appears to be too hot for wine production. Located on the northern coast of Africa, bordered by Libya and Algeria, with the Saharan Desert on the southern border and the Mediterranean Ocean on the eastern edge, it has a Mediterranean climate with maritime influences, very much like Sicily. Except for the rare blast of hot Saharan wind known as Sirocco, the climate is very conducive to growing grapes.

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Effects of Sanbio PLANTA and Sanbio EPSOMIT in controlling Fusarium (F. solani f. sp. Cucurbitae, F. oxysporum f. sp. Niveum) in watermelon varieties `Farao, Crimson and Cariston´

Sidi Bouzid, Tunisia (July 01, 2015) – Characterized by a specific microclimate, the region of Sidi Bouzid has become an early watermelon production area known not only nationally but also internationally. In view of the over-exploitation of plots and monoculture (cucurbitaceae/ cucurbitaceae), several mainly land-based diseases are causing more and more damage.

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Effects of Sanbio PLANTA and Sanbio EPSOMIT in controlling Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. melonis in honey melons variety ´Babii´

Sidi Bouzid, Tunisia (June 30, 2015) – The study was carried out in the Sidi Bouzid region on a melon crop of the variety ´Babii´ planted in an area of one ha. The choice of the melon variety used is based on its sensitivity to Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. melonis and on the other hand, it is a variety very appreciated by the Tunisian consumer.

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Evaluation of efficacy of feed additives Sanbio SANA and Sanbio VITA on productive performance of weaners, Belgorod State Agricultural University, Russia

Belgorod, Russia (June 19, 2015) – Weaning is a stressful experience for young weaners, affecting them both socially and physiologically. In many piggeries weaning is more stressful than it should be, with severe growth checks and even deaths. These deaths and growth checks have a large impact on grower herd performance, resulting in reduced profitability. However, high standards of management can dramatically reduce postweaning losses and improve growth rates by moderating the stress of weaning. The shorter the suckling period, the more sophisticated the housing, feeding and management skills required to raise the weaners.

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Evaluation of efficacy of SANBIO additives for feed and manure on productive performance of weaners, Belgorod State Agricultural University, Russia

Belgorod, Russia (June 19, 2015) – Weaning is a stressful experience for young piglets, affecting them both socially and physiologically. In many piggeries weaning is more stressful than it should be, with severe growth checks and even deaths. These deaths and growth checks have a large impact on grower herd performance, resulting in reduced profitability. However, high standards of management can dramatically reduce postweaning losses and improve growth rates by moderating the stress of weaning. The shorter the suckling period, the more sophisticated the housing, feeding and management skills required to raise the piglets.

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Evaluation of performance of ferti-activator Sanbio PLANTA on the sugar content of vine variety ´Graševina´ in Croatia

Kutjevo, Croatia (November 18, 2014) – Just a stone’s throw from Italy across the Adriatic Sea, Croatia has been producing wine for more than 2,400 years. Its coastal wine regions and islands have harbored vineyards since the Illyrians first planted vines there during the Bronze Age, and a long, rich viticultural history led to the birth of hundreds of native varieties.

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Evaluation of performance of ferti-activator Sanbio PLANTA on the organic greenhouse production of tomato variety ´Amaroso F1´ in Germany

Gera-Aga, Germany (September 03, 2014) – The interest of German consumers in organic vegetables remains stable. Another clear trend is towards high-quality convenience products in organic quality. A ‘green is good’ mentality is still very common in Germany. Fresh-cut products need much service time, manpower and benefit an increased risk for manufacturers and retailers. The price difference to the standard products is still relatively large. It is not yet fully understood by German customers that cost for convenience products are quite high.

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Evaluation of performance of ferti-activator Sanbio PLANTA on the productivity, quality and economic aspects of silage maize variety ´Figaro´ in Germany

Drossdorf, Germany (September 01, 2014) – The cultivation of Maize in Germany is undertaken primarily to produce feed for cows, pigs and poultry (maize for silage including green-maize, grain maize, corn cob mix, maize coarse meal with husks). As well as being used for producing sugar, grain is also used by the food industry to produce maize-meal-products, snacks, cornflakes etc., and in pharmaceutical processes. As a renewable raw material, maize starch is used in the manufacture of paper and cardboard. In Germany the area cultivated with maize amounted to 2.52 million ha in 2017.

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Evaluation of efficacy of Sanbio PLANTA and Sanbio VITAL on tomato crop development when sprayed to the soil in Spain obtained in three yield assessments

Motril, Spain (December 12, 2011) – The experimental products Sanbio PLANTA and Sanbio VITAL were tested in a commercial field in order to evaluate its effect on tomato crop development, compared to development in untreated plots. The experimental products produced an advance in tomato ripening and higher yields in the first pickings.

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