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Of the elements that have boosted modern agricultural development the most, biostimulants absolutely deserve a place of honour. Without them, agricultural products would grow less vigorously, harvests would be smaller, farmers' profits would decrease, and produce would arrive on consumers' tables in worse condition than they do today. At Barcelonesa, we develop a wide range of essential biostimulant products for agricultural inputs companies. With this article, we will show you why biostimulants are so needed in this day and age.

Organic agriculture is, without a doubt, in fashion. People are demanding increasingly more natural and organic products. Some consumers are even willing to pay more money for a product if they know it has been grown according to more ecological practices. However, there's always been some confusion regarding the criteria under which a product can be considered organic.

The use of surfactants is becoming increasingly more common in industrial applications. Sectors such as agriculture have come to understand their many virtues for enhancing the performance of fertilisers and plant protection products on crops. We're all aware of one of the most important roles that surfactants play in agriculture: reducing surface tension so that liquid can better penetrate the surface. Their addition to crop formulations improves efficiency and helps save water used for irrigation, as it reduces the amount of runoff water.

On 31 May 2018, the final phase in the chemical substances registration process was completed, in accordance with Regulation (EC) no. 1907/2006 (REACH).  Barcelonesa, responding once again to its clients’ needs, is pleased to announce that it has obtained REACH Registration for the manufacture of Boron Ethanolamine, a multi-sector product known in the Agrochemical industry as Liquid Boron.  The product 

A few weeks ago, Barcelonesa’s Agrochemical team attended the "UNE National Seminars on inputs for the new organic market" held in Almeria. During the event the organic certification was presented according to the UNE standards. These standards are aimed at regulating the use of inputs (fertilisers and phytosanitary products) in certified organic plant production, in order to eliminate fraud and improve customer trust.