#ENVisionProject Archives - FertiGlobal

October 19, 2021
News from The Netherlands

EnNuVi on Calla Lilies

Calla Lilies are one of the most typical and beautiful flowers that grow during the Fall. 🌷
In Breezan, a small village in northern Holland, we are carrying out a special trial on Callas. The aim is to test the ‘vitality boost’ of FertiGlobal’s EnNuVi technology on the flowers compared to other fertilizing solutions.
Have a look at the pictures to see the results.
Callas treated with our EnNuVi are the ones on the right: the bright green color of the leaves speaks for itself.
Here’s another visible success of sustainable farming!🙌

October 14, 2021
News from Italy

EnNuVi on grapevines

A super ‘power boost’ on grapevines. 🍇

Here’s our Agronomist Lorenzo, who has been visiting a demo field trial on Moscato grapevines. This Mediterranean variety of grapes is mostly used to make the sweet Moscato wine, typical of the Italian Piedmont region.

This trial has been organized by our partner @Agricola2000 to test the action of different fertilizers against downy mildew, a disease of the foliage caused by a fungus.

As Lorenzo explains, our EnNuVi technology has been able to reinforce plants from the inside, making them stronger and more resilient with a lower use of fungicide.

📹 Have a look at the video and discover why this breakthrough technology is supported by European #LIFEprogramme.
A more eco-friendly agriculture is possible, these beautiful grape bunches are the proof!

October 12, 2021
News from Holland

EnNuVi on apple in The Netherlands

EnNuVi in action!

🍎 Have a look at these apple trees in The Netherlands. As you can see, they were all suffering from scab and powdery mildew, typical diseases affecting plants in this season.

In this orchard we are carrying out a special field trial aimed at testing the ability of FertiGlobal’s technology EnNuVi to make plants more resistant to these external stress factors.

The photo gallery shows the differences between untreated trees and plants treated with our EnNuVi.

The effects of our bioactivating technology are stunning: apples have grown big, healthy and shiny.

October 5, 2021
Field trials

EnNuVi on potato in The Netherlands

A new update from the Netherlands, where we are carrying out a special on-field trial on potato plants.

The aim of the test is to prove the ability of FertiGlobal’s  EnNuVi technology to help plants better reacting to external stress factors. The heavy rains of last year, in fact, have made these plants weaker and less resistant to typical seasonal diseases.

➡️ Have a look at these impressive photos showing the first results achieved thanks to EnNuVi.

These pictures tell us a lot about the extraordinary power of our ecofriendly plant nutrition technology. The difference is stunning: leaves are visibly greener and stronger.

We can’t wait to see the healthy and tasty potatoes that are about to grow.🥔


September 23, 2021
EnNuVi Technology

LIFE ENVision – the European project

🌳 Enhance, Nurture and Vitalize.

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!


September 16, 2021
EnNuVi Technology

Field trials on tomato in Emilia Romagna – Italy

🟢 FertiGlobal’s #ENVisionProject has a crucial mission: spreading eco-friendly agriculture and reducing pesticides while growing stronger and healthier plants at global level.

Our patented bioactivating technology EnNuVi is the real beating heart of the project. This innovative biostimulant is the result of FertiGlobal’s cutting-edge R&D and is aimed at naturally boosting plants strength and resistance to external stress factors.

Our team of scientists regularly carry out special field-trials to test EnNuVi’s efficacy on the most diverse crops.

During the summer we have visited a field-trial we are conducting in the Italian region of Emilia Romagna on tomato plants. The aim of the test was to prove EnNuVi’s ability to:

🍅 increase the quality of plants

🛡 protect them against bacterial diseases

🌱 while reducing pesticides and fungicides

We are currently collecting all the results and will soon be able to share them with you here.

Meanwhile, have a look at the photos we have taken on field during our last visit!


August 24, 2021
EnNuVi Technology

Pesticides’ reduction – an important objective

➡️ Reducing pesticides doesn’t mean decreasing yields. One of the most important objectives of FertiGlobal’s ENVisionProject is to prove this simple statement.

This is why our R&D team is carrying out specific field trials aimed at testing the ability of our patented EnNuVi technology to naturally enhance the resilience of plants to external stress factors.

🍑 🍑 Here we are in Romagna, a sunny region in the center of Italy. These beautiful peach trees have been treated with our EnNuVi technology in combination with standard crop protection products in order to protect them against seasonal bacterial diseases.

Thanks to EnNuVi, the amount of fungicides needed to protect the plant is much less.

We are currently collecting data on symptoms, yield and quality of fruits and we’ll soon be able to share the final results. Stay tuned and don’t miss our updates!

August 19, 2021
EnNuVi Technology

Mantus by EnNuVi Technology

Take a closer look 👀

Here’s Mantus, our cutting-edge patented formulation powered by EnNuVi Technology.

🇪🇺 EnNuVi is the beating heart of Fertiglobal’s ENVisionProject, awarded by the European Union’s LIFEprogramme. An ambitious project aimed at changing the impact of agriculture on the environment while supporting the growing demand for food.

How can this be achieved?

🔬 thanks to the savvy combination of bioactive polyphenols and selected natural ingredients, EnNuVi is able to trigger and control plant defense systems and their resistance;

🌎  EnNuVi ensures healthy plant growth by decreasing pesticides and water consumption;

📈 EnNuVi ensures better yields, both in terms of quality and quantity, while guaranteeing significant cost savings to farmers throughout the whole lifecycle of plants.

August 6, 2021
News from Italian field trials

EnNuVi tested on vineyards

🗞 FertiGlobal on the Italian news!

The Italian specialized web magazine Agronotizie has recently published an article on a demo trial FertiGlobal has attended.

The trial organized by Agricola 2000 was aimed at analyzing different defense strategies on various crops through comparative studies.

We had the chance to prove the effectiveness of our crop nutrition technologies on vineyards. 🍇

Results have been very positive! Plants treated with our new generation fertilizers developed much better resistance to downy mildew, one of the main pathogen fungi threatening #vineyard productivity.

🙌 Another great success for sustainable agriculture!

If you want to read the article in Italian, click here.

August 5, 2021
EnNuVi Technology

Field trials in Romagna, Italy

Greetings from beautiful Romagna!

Our Agronomic Specialist Lorenzo has recently spent a day among peaches🍑, tomatoes🍅 and grapes 🍇 monitoring the field trials we are carrying out to test the effectiveness of FertiGlobal’s EnNuVi technology.

🌱 Have a look at these beautiful pictures! Leaves are bright green and plants are growing healthy and rich of fruits!

Plants treated with our worldwide patented EnNuVi technology have developed a much better resistance to bacterial spot and to diseases such as powdery mildew. As a result, growers can significantly reduce fungicide use to protect their crops.

Another great success for our EnNuVi and for sustainable agriculture!


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