Academic research in calcic, foliar and other types of fertilization stimulates our curiosity and plants the seed of innovative ideas. Ongoing observation, new product development, product manufacturing, and top-of-the-line service –indispensable in today’s market– are the major strengths of Agro-100. Always finding new ways to improve the Dynamic Management of the Soil is why Agro-100 is a breed apart.

Brief notes on our ongoing research

  • Póma Agrotechnology
  • AgroCal500® Gypsum Agrotechnology
  • Agro-B Agrotechnology
  • Fertigation in potatoes
  • Protuber Potatoes
  • Kalime on cabbage crop
  • Kalime and Heavy metals
  • Kalime in alfalfa
  • Kalime in corn
  • Research on phenological markers in potatoes
  • Research on calcium + phosphorus efficiency in non-modified environment with side dressing applications
  • Research to assess the benefits of applying agrofoliar fertilizers on cole crops
  • Research on agents facilitating the penetrating action and transportation of foliar fertilizers
  • The 500 Club (Consecutive seven-year data collection on potato crops in intensive till conditions)
  • Improvement of yields and crop quality in barley, alfalfa, broccoli and potato by the application of calco-potassic enrichment
  • Effects on broccoli yield by replacing some parts of nitrogen in the soil with foliar applications of NPK + minor elements
  • Effects on corn and potato yields by applying in the soil a crystallization inhibitor of nutritional elements
  • Effects of small dosage foliar intake of NPK + minor elements on yield and protein content of wheat
  • Effects of late-stage foliar application of N on soybean yields
  • Effects of late-stage foliar application of minor elements on soybean yields
  • Effects of a slightly-acid binding agent on the capacity of certain minor elements to improve the yield in dried beans
  • Effects of splitting N and K application in fertigation on the yield of potato harvested for processing
  • Effects of acidifying enrichment applications on the incidence of Streptomyces scabies on non-irrigated potato crops