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Physiological insights into soybean resistance against Phakopsora pachyrhizi infection potentiated by a phosphite combined with free amino acids

May 2022
Posters | Optimus®

Considering the potential of Asian soybean rust (ASR), caused by Phakopsora pachyrhizi, to reduce soybean yield, different control strategies need to be used. This study investigated the potential of using a phosphite (30 and 20% of phosphorus and potassium, respectively) combined with L-α-free amino acids (Optimus®, Bioiberica, Spain) to reduce ASR symptoms and helping the plants to have a better photosynthetic performance during the fungal infection process.

Molecular and biochemical insights into soybean resistance against Phakopsora pachyrhizi infection potentiated by a phosphite combined with free amino acids

May 2022
Posters | Optimus®

Asian soybean rust (ASR), caused by Phakopsora pachyrhizi, is a destructive disease affecting soybean production. This study aimed to use a phosphite (30% of phosphorus and 20% of potassium) combined with L-α-free amino acids (Optimus®, Bioiberica, Spain) to boost soybean defense against P. pachyrhizi infection.

Beneficial features of Terramin® Pro on native microbiota and in reduced nitrogen challenging conditions

November 2021
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OBJECTIVES:
 
To identify the features of Terramin® Pro, an L-α-amino acid based biostimulant, regarding current concerns on global agricultural the product was evaluated with two objectives:
  1. Under Gheom® DNA sequencing analysis to characterize both bacterial and fungal microbial communities, to assess if it potentiates the benefits from host-plant growth promoting rhizob...

Evaluation of three types of traps for Mediterranean flies Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) in Acatenango, Guatemala, C.A.

November 2020
Posters | Cera-Trap®

In 2018, coffee represented 8.5% of exports in Guatemala, which places it as the second mostIn 2018, coffee represented 8.5% of exports in Guatemala, which places it as the second mostcommercialized good in the country, after textiles (Banco de Guatemala, 2018). In 2016 the coffee sectorrepresented 2.5% of the country's GDP. Coffee cultivation tasks employ 125 thousand people. 97% of themare small coffee growers responsible for 47% of the national production. Adding to that the rest of thepe...

Evaluation of three types of traps for Mediterranean flies Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) in Santa Rosa, Guatemala, C.A.

November 2020
Posters | Cera-Trap®

In the south-east area of Guatemala, until 2005 a total of 275.30 hectares were dedicated to mandarinIn the south-east area of Guatemala, until 2005 a total of 275.30 hectares were dedicated to mandarinproduction, of which 78% (214.73 ha) are concentrated in the department of Santa Rosa, with themunicipalities of Chiquimula, Oratorio, Taxisco and Pueblo Nuevo Viñas; then 13% (35.78 ha) are in thedepartment of Jutiapa and the remaining 9% (24.75 ha) are in the department of Jalapa (Hernánde...

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