Symborg will strengthen its presence and present its latest innovations in the seed treatment sector at the World Seed Congress, the most important international event in the seed industry sector.
You will be able to find Symborg at the WSC between May 15 and 18 at stand 7 of Fira Gran Via, in Barcelona. We will also be participating in the event with our talk The next paradigm in seed treatment: biologicals, which will take place on Wednesday, May 18 from 1:30 to 2:00 pm presented by Vincent Fuerte, Business Development Manager of Symborg, and Francisco Javier García Domínguez, CMO of Symborg.
In this presentation, we will talk about Symborg’s commitment to providing biological solutions for the industrial treatment of seeds. You can attend the conference in person on the set of the World Seed Channel, or watch the live stream on the website with this link, to stay up to date on all the news about the seed treatment market and Symborg’s biotechnological solutions in this field.
“The seed treatment market is a market with very specific needs, and it requires innovative and customized solutions. Symborg continues its research to provide the industry with a unique and exclusive biotechnology based on microorganisms that is the result of collaboration with different players in the seed industry”, says Vincent Fuerte.
Symborg will also be gold sponsor of the event thanks to a three-year sponsorship agreement, until the World Seed Congress 2024.
Symborg has extensive experience in the seed treatment sector, for example, through our exclusive biotechnological solution Resid HC. Formulated from the mycorrhiza-forming fungus Glomus iranicum var. tenuihypharum,
our technology is capable of remaining inactive in the seeds for a long time until they germinate and begin to colonize the roots, forming mycorrhizal symbiosis. It allows the roots to develop more, and therefore, explore a greater amount of soil, absorbing more nutrients and water. All this translates into an increase in the physiological and photosynthetic activity of the plant and an increase in the crop’s productive capacity.
If you plan on attending the World Seed Congress from May 15-18, do not hesitate to stop by our stand. We would love to meet you! Also remember that you can attend Symborg’s talk on the 18th in person or online: