Wine grapes may have limited requirements, yet need soils in equilibrium and a good root establishment. The use of microorganisms is recommended during the early stages and subsequently to keep the bark clean.

Table grapes require strong root structure and high nutrition capacity. Microorganisms should be used together with organic matter (OM) to ensure an adequate nutrient availability.

Resistance inducers and natural barriers have been integrated with success in programmes against major pathogens including downy and powdery mildew, botrytis, thrips, scaphoideus, in organic farming and for production of natural wines.


Enhance microbial development in the rhizosphere, improves soil health and creates favourable conditions for root development.

Soil Regeneration

Soil Resistance Inducer

Incorporating prior to transplant, improves soil conditions.

Soil Health

Association of microorganisms for decomposition, nutrients solubilization, prevention

Fertiliser useful for root development and microbial multiplication

When applied at transplant and/or 10 days later, it improves decomposition, nutrient solubilisation and disease prevention.

Soil prevention


Trichoderma for decomposition, denitrification, prevention of root damage

Association of microorganisms for increased soil health and reduction of nematode damage

As soils need to remain healthy for the duration of the crop cycle, these products are used to colonise the soil, maintain the organic matter decomposition and nutrient availability. They will also reduce the risk of any rapid pathogens’ development such as fungi and nematodes. 


Natural extracts forming a surface barrier or inducing a reduced aggressivity from pathogens are also solutions useful to complete existing programmes.


Contains conifer bark extracts, copper and sulphur

Conifer bark extracts (100%) used as a barrier to spores’ entry through the stoma

The product presence on the vegetation provides a barrier to various adversities, mostly fungi.


Contains Lecithin, a natural barrier for sucking insect

Contains Neem oil (80%), a natural anti-feeding agent

Basic substance – Chitosan, elicitor useful in programmes against powdery mildew and botrytis

Contains propolis, resistance inducer and healing agent

Basic substance – Salicin, known to induce defence mechanisms against downy mildew

Chestnuts bark tannins (75%) shown to create a chemotropic disorder, reducing infections from bacteria and oomycetes

Products, when absorbed by plants, trigger the natural defence mechanisms against pathogens, creating a preventive shield and maintaining the plant healthier. These solutions are normally used in programmes in order to cover the periods of major risks.


Bio-stimulant – stress reduction, stimulation of physiological phases

The product optimises the nutrition by reducing abiotic stresses and improving root absorption. It improves fruit set, fruit enlargement and production.