Seipasa, company specializing in the formulation and development of natural solutions for agriculture, has won with its biological fungicide Fungisei the award for the most innovative formula in the ceremony of delivery of the Agrow Awards 2017 held in London. An innovative product that has been imposed on the references of Dow AgroSciences and the Indian Institute of Horticultural Research.
The biological fungicide developed and patented by Seipasa has been awarded with the award thanks to the significant innovation of its formulated against other products of its segment existing in the market
The CEO of Seipasa, Pedro Peleato has highlighted the innovation work that supports this award. “I would like to speak of pride for the entire journey we have made with Fungisei and that has brought us here in a decided commitment to natural assets for the control of pests and diseases.” Peleato has also underlined Seipasa’s commitment to innovation to “move towards more rational and sustainable agriculture.”
Fungisei is a broad spectrum biofungicide whose patented technology allows a liquid formulation based on microorganisms, with high stability and proven efficacy under extreme temperature conditions
Fungisei protects against fungi, bacteria and soil diseases, in addition to improving the health of crops. The product develops efficiencies superior to conventional chemicals and is compatible with integrated pest management programs, resistance management and organic farming.
Agrow Awards 2017
The Agrow Awards, which this year celebrated their tenth anniversary, have become an international benchmark in which innovation and advances made by companies within the crop protection industry are recognized.
Seipasa is a pioneer in the formulation and development of treatments for natural protection, biostimulation and nutrition of crops. For more than 20 years, the company has been formulating solutions of high technological value that are applied in the most demanding agricultures of the planet. Seipasa is established in more than 20 countries around the world.