News & Insight
The 2021 growing season is now finally upon us, albeit with a somewhat chilly introduction! In our previous Latest News page, Engage Agro have highlighted the benefits of adopting a regenerative approach to nutrition.
Supporting strong soil biodiversity is a key ethos of ours as it has the potential to reduce reliance on traditional chemistries. The introduction of organic compounds, bio stimulants and biological approaches will invigorate soils and vines – whilst providing a greater level of inherent support to a grapevines’ establishment and growth processes throughout the season, especially during times of stress.
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Early season lettuce production is undoubtedly the most expensive time in the growing season due to high levels of labour, the cost of fleece protection and it being the longest crop of the year in the ground and all during the toughest of conditions.Read more >
A regenerative approach introduces organic compounds, bio stimulants and biological approaches to invigorate soils and rootzones in order to provide a greater level of inherent support to fruit tree growth processes throughout the season, especially during times of stress.Read more >
Engage Agro are pleased to announce the completion of a new partnership in the UAE with Elite World Trading for as Master distributor for their technologies across the MENA region.Read more >
At Engage Agro we understand the correct solution to your crop problem today can be turned into the profits of tomorrow. That is why our specialist nutritional agronomists work with many of the top performing growers/distributors in the UK and Europe.Read more >
Mas Power Active Frost is a nutritional, powerful anti-stress liquid package designed to mitigate frost stress factors and reduce accumulation of ice crystals which are so damaging to young plant tissues and blossom.Read more >
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Bio-Chel Ca is the strongest calcium chelate in the world!
For delivery of calcium to roots or leaves a chelated nutrient will always supply more nutritional element than a compound salt as the chelate claw prevents nutrient being lost to the plant from reaction with other nutrients and will be available at a wider pH range.
The new technology comes from the Aqualatus/Integrate stable of surfactants but unlike its predecessors it is specifically aimed at rapid coir hydration and expansion, salt leaching and optimisation of nutritional exchange sites through the substrate hydration process.Read more >
New Advances with Sion Silicon technology
Since its launch in 2016 Sion has developed into the leading Silicon technology across Europe and has gained a loyal following across the fruit and vegetable sectors. Sion is now synonymous with the soft fruit industry in the UK and with berry growers as far as Guatemala and South Korea.Read more >