Bio inputs

Given the need to produce safe food and protect the environment,
the Bio Inputs have appeared as an alternative to the chemical inputs.

People is starting to use these biological alternatives more often,
until the point that have begun to mark a trend that points to sustainable production.

Bio inputs are products made from beneficial organisms such as
bacteria, fungi, viruses, and insects, or natural extracts obtained from
plants, that can be used in agricultural production to control pests, or
promote the development of plants.

They are products that do not leave toxic residues in the environment
and whose use does not imply risks to the health of farmers and

When we speak of Bio-inputs, we are referring to a set of
possibilities with regard to inputs for production. We have
biostimulants, biological fertilizers, biocontrollers
 and macro organisms.

We develop products
with high efficiency
and selectivity






Biofertilizers are in some cases substances or microorganisms that
promote the development of crops and improve plant
production. In the case of biocontrollers, they can control, but not
eliminate pests and/or diseases and macro organisms. These are insects
that have the ability to eat or dispose of other insects to decimate or
control that pest.

These types of Bio-inputs are not toxic to people or the environment,
they don’t have residuality or phytotoxicity in plants, which
allows their exclusive use or in addition to chemical inputs, favoring
a decrease in their use. They are economically profitable and
allow greater and better production to be obtained at a lower cost

They allow to recover the fertility of agricultural
soils and control phytosanitary problems while
preserving the natural resource, crops and

What other
products are

Microorganis ms (MI):
fungi, bacteria, viruses.
Macroorganis ms (MA):
beneficial arthropods
Plant extracts,
essential oils or plant parts (EB):
pesticide biological extracts of
botanical origin


Para el 2050, la población
mundial habrá aumentado
más de 2.2 billones

Entre el 2016 y el 2050 se
perderá el 20% de tierra
cultivable per capita

El aumento poblacional se
traduce en un mayor
consumo de alimentos

Los cambios climáticos
harán que la productividad de
cosechas baje un 17%

The demand for safer and better
quality food by consumers shows
that in order to produce more and
better it is necessary to
reduce the negative impact on the
environment. Producers quickly
assumed the commitment to improve
the efficiency and sustainability of
agricultural systems, developing
innovative strategies.

Factors driving the use
of bio-inputs

Increased demand
for safe food
Need to ensure food
safety through
sustainable practices.
Increased regulation
in the use of
chemical synthesis
improvement in
Good Agricultural

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Field trials