The Brazilian Association of Plant Nutrition Technology Industries (Abisolo) was founded in 2003 and its main objective was to defend the interest in brands and producing companies that focused on the production of quality inputs for the soil. ie fertilizers. Nowadays, Brazil has to import a large part of its soil nutrients by Russia due to domestic market shortages. Developing strategies to reduce this dependence is essential.
Currently, the entity has the participation of 120 major brands that are related to the organics industry, biofertilizers and plant substrates. The debates of the event, which is scheduled to take place by the institution, will associate the common interests of these groups.
According to a video shared by the Jovem Pan portal, the Brazilian industry believes that it will be able to meet the demand for fertilizers in our country after the conflicts between Russia and Ukraine.
According to the institution that is organizing the event in the city of Campinas, in the state of São Paulo, currently governed by João Dória, it is estimated that more than 120 companies are participating in the event in order to discuss ideas and create a network. The event will take place in partnership with the Ministries and Secretaries, Environmental Control and Inspection Bodies, Research Institutions, State and Federal Revenue.
The purpose of the meeting is to discuss a little more about economic competitiveness, market variation, target audience, productivity, GDP (Gross Domestic Product) and other related issues. It is important to note that the event had not happened for more than two years because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The event's stage is expected to be the Expo Dom Pedro, which is the same one that has hosted the last previous editions. The themes will also be interrelated with nutrition and technology professionals. Human resources professionals will also be able to participate in order to analyze the fair of the event.
In short, the entire organization of the event was thought out in advance in order to review the smart productivity of Brazilian brands in order to spend less and have more. All this is possible through a combination of engineering with agriculture and technology.
The first day will feature the opening of the meeting formed by Clorialdo Roberto Levrero, president of the Deliberative Council of Abisolo. Subsequently, other presenters are expected to take the stage to talk about bioactivity and improving quality of life. The impacts of genetic evolution on agriculture are also focal themes.
Qualified labor is one of the topics to be addressed on the second day of the event, as well as topics related to agrarian sciences. The debates of the event should be given by journalists and professionals such as William Waack. So there's a lot to come!