Three inspiring words representing the core objectives of FertiGlobal’s #ENVisionProject, awarded and funded by the European Union’s #LIFEprogramme.
This ambitious project is based on our innovative bioactivating technology EnNuVi and is aimed at mitigating the environmental footprint of agriculture while supporting higher yield productivity. Our greatest mission, in fact, is to help farmers worldwide growing stronger plants using less pesticides and reducing water consumption.
Let’s embrace the challenge and chose more sustainable agricultural practices! It can really make the difference.
🎥 Have a look at the video to learn more on the project!
LIFE ENVision Project to support FertiGlobal’s innovative technology
ENhance, NUrture, VItalize: that’s EnNuVi
Enhancing the nutraceutical value of fruit and vegetables is among the main goals of FertiGlobal’s #ENVisionProject.
This means improving their overall beneficial effects for people’s health. For instance, increasing the amount of vitamins and their antioxidant action.
Our R&D team has recently analyzed the results of a trial conducted on tomato plants in Spain together with our partner Agricola2000. The aim of the test was to prove the ability of our bioactivating technology EnNuVi to improve the nutraceutical value of crops.
The trial has been a success!
Plants have grown healthy with 25/30% less water
Final yield was the same as plants treated with standard methods
The nutraceutical value of tomatoes has significantly improved
Here’s our team with the ripe tomatoes received from Spain.
Stay tuned for more updates on our #ENVisionProject awarded by the EU LIFE’s Programme.
Here we are in the special greenhouse of our hub in Larderello (Italy), where a new trial is taking place. Our R&D team is testing the ability of our bioactivating technology EnNuVi to protect crops against water stress.
These young tomato plants will receive 50% less water along their lifecycle.
At the end of the test, we will measure yields both in terms of quantity and quality, based on the presence of polyphenols in the fruits.
Have a look at our team transplanting the little tomato plants
We can’t wait to share the first results with you, stay tuned!