Trials

We conduct all types of trials both on open air and greenhouses, always adapting ourselves to our client’s needs.

  • Officially accredited trials (EOR 82/13).
  • Microorganisms based products registration trials following current legislation RD 999/2017.
  • Chemical, biological and microorganisms based products efficacy trials.
  • Phytotoxicity evaluation according to EPPO regulations.
  • Persistence tests in different products such as Phytosanitary products and agricultural fertilizers.
  • Trials on different farming varieties (horticultural and fruit growth).
  • Evaluation of every response of the crop following an adequate trial design that will allow the subsequent statistical processing of the obtained data.
  • Evaluation of every crop condition including in vitro trials, microcosms, greenhouse, and open air.


EFFICACY TRIALS OF MICROORGANISMS BASED PRODUCTS

These trials are done under the Royal Decree 999/2017 on fertilizers, which modifies the Royal Decree 506/2003. The target of this trial is to demonstrate the agronomic efficacy of a product of the subgroup 4.4 (special products based on microorganisms).

OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED TRIALS (EOR)

The Phytosanitary Trials fulfill the EPPO/OEPP standards. They can be carried out in any type of crop, for any plague or disease.

BIOESTIMULANTS EFFICACY TRIALS

On the biostimulants trials we analyse the production, organoleptic quality increase, nutracetic properties, photosynthetic activity, effects on the blooming, the fruit setting and ripeness and the induction of resistance to  plagues and diseases.

VARIETIES TRIALS

Comparison of the different varietal characteristics; precocity, performance, quality, nutritional composition, etc).

PRODUCT EFFICACY TESTS UNDER ABIOTIC STRESS (HYDRIC AND SALINE)

We use sounding lines in order to get a have a real time monitoring of crops.

DEMONSTRATIVE TRIALS

Carried out under agreements with farmers on commercial plots. We adapt ourselves to our clients ‘needs through the evaluation of all the previously selected parameters either in intermediate or final assessments.