New corporate video – ADLER AGRO

New corporate video – ADLER AGRO

New corporate video – ADLER AGRO

We present our new corporate video.

We are delighted to be able to present the new corporate video of ADLER AGRO.

In this video, we want to share with you our values as a company and show how we work every day to offer new and innovative solutions for efficient, profitable and sustainable Agriculture.

In summary, this video is an invitation to get to know us better and become part of our company.

We hope you enjoy the video!

Agrotica Fair 2022 – Greece

Agrotica Fair 2022 – Greece

Agrotica Fair 2022 – Greece

ADLER AGRO was present at the International Agrotica Fair in Greece. 

We were present at the 29th edition of the International Agrotic Fair in Thessaloniki, Greece. The fair took place between 20 and 23 October at the TIF HELEXPO International Exhibition and Conference Centre in Thessaloniki.

This fair was a tremendous success, with more than 150,000 visitors from 12 different countries and the participation of more than 2,000 companies.

We want to thank our exclusive distributor for Greece for his welcome and his excellent work in organizing the event.

N330 Complex in Corn

N330 Complex in Corn

N330 Complex in Corn

N330 Complex helps maize reach its genetic potential.

Nitrogen is a crucial element for agricultural crops and even more so in the case of corn. Its importance is based on the fact that it is a fundamental component of chlorophyll, the green pigment in plants essential for photosynthesis. On the other hand, it is one of the main components of amino acids, which function as the building blocks of plant proteins.

Nitrogen is one of the most abundant elements on earth, however, nitrogen deficiency is one of the most common problems faced by farmers. This is due to the low availability of this element in a form assimilable by plants.

In soil, Nitrogen exists in three forms, nitrate ions (NO3-), ammonium ions (NH4+) and organic Nitrogen. Organic Nitrogen is contained in organic matter in the soil, crop residues, and microbial community within the soil. While organic Nitrogen may make up most of the Nitrogen in the soil, it is not available to plants until it is converted into ammonium or nitrate ions by microorganisms through a mineralization process. This way, it can be absorbed by the plant. During the growing season, ammonium is rapidly converted into nitrate, which is known as nitrification. Nitrate is the main form of Nitrogen absorbed by the plant.

Also, although plants only require relatively small amounts of micronutrients, they are essential for plant growth. In this way, if any micronutrient deficiencies exist, critical plant functions can be restricted, resulting in plant abnormalities, reduced growth, and lower yield potential.

Each micronutrient may be involved in multiple plant growth functions, as shown in the table below.

Table. Functions of micronutrients in plant development

Plant Growth Function

Cl

Fe

Mn

Zn

Cu

B

Mo

Enzyme systems

 

X

X

X

X

 

X

Protein formation

 

X

 

X

X

X

X

Hormones and cell division

 

 

 

X

 

X

 

Chlorophyll formation

 

X

X

 

X

 

 

Disease resistance

X

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photosynthesis

X

X

X

 

 

 

 

N, Fe, and/or P metabolism

 

X

X

X

X

X

X

Crop maturity

X

 

 

 

 

 

 

Seed formation

 

 

 

X

X

X

 

Sugar/starch translocation

X

 

 

X

 

X

 

Specifically, Manganese is essential in photosynthesis, respiration and Nitrogen assimilation due to its catalytic action on forming chlorophyll and oxidation-reduction reactions in tissues. The plant absorbs it as Manganese ion Mn+2. It is a little mobile element and little available in alkaline soils. Deficiency symptoms are manifested on both young and old leaves in the form of interveinal chlorosis and the formation of necrotic spots. The corn plant is within the moderately sensitive level.

Zinc is a critical component of many enzymes and proteins and plays an essential role in growth hormone production. The plant absorbs it as a divalent ion (Zn2+) by root and foliar. It is antagonistic to Fe and phosphorus; it often synergizes with Cu and Mg. Its availability decreases in alkaline soils. The plant shows a shortening of the internodes, a typical rose-shaped appearance and small fruits. In the case of the maize plant, it is very sensitive to the deficiency of this element, it has pale green and yellow interveinal spots, sometimes white.

Copper is absorbed as a divalent ion (Cu2+), participates in the activation of enzymes, in the processes of photosynthesis and respiration, and helps in the plant metabolism of carbohydrates and proteins. Deficiencies occur in case of excess phosphorus. Moderate and acute deficiencies give visible symptoms in the apical parts of the plant although they are not as showy. Corn is moderately sensitive.

In this sense, our product N330 Complex, thanks to its high content of highly assimilable Nitrogen and the balanced content of Manganese, Zinc and Copper, specifically designed for the cultivation of corn, allows the plant to reach its genetic yield potential.

ADLER AGRO at “Agrotech-Agropars” in Iran

ADLER AGRO at “Agrotech-Agropars” in Iran

ADLER AGRO at “Agrotech-Agropars” in Iran

ADLER AGRO was present at the Agrotech-Agropars International Fair last April.

Agrotech-Agropars is Iran's leading annual fair for agricultural machinery, horticultural equipment, fertilizers, pesticides, seeds, and water supply. It takes place in Shiraz, the capital of Fars Province, at the "Fars International Exhibition Center".

This modern exhibition center offers 20,000 square meters of covered exhibition space and 3000 square meters of outdoor area. More than eighty-five international companies participated in the prestigious fair, mainly from Germany, Spain, France, Turkey, China, and Italy.

In this regard, we greatly appreciate our exclusive distributor for Iran for the effort and success in organizing the event.