A program dedicated to exploring the micronutrients sector in Latin America. Speakers will examine market developments, demand dynamics as well as agronomic best practices, through a series of presentations, case studies and panel discussions. Join to get the latest information on market growth potential; identify opportunities in the micronutrients sector; understand how micronutrients work in conjunction with other fertilizer and agri-inputs; hear forecasts for demand of boron, zinc, iron and manganese; and develop your understanding of optimising micronutrients with the right application techniques, timings and crop specific solutions. Who is it for? Fertilizer producers and blenders; micronutrient suppliers; agronomists; anyone with an interest in the micronutrients sector.
This is a one-day training course for anyone looking to get to grips or refresh their understanding of the sector. It provides a thorough overview of the market, demystifies terminology and explains how the sector works in practice. It is delivered by Argus experts. Join to refresh your understanding of the global fertilizer market in one day; get insights on primary, secondary and micronutrients as well as specialty fertilizers; ask the experts - Senior editorial and consulting staff will deliver content and be on hand to answer any questions. Who is it for? Ancillary service providers – ports, finance, insurance, analysts; junior execs or newcomers to the industry; anyone who wants a refresher on the fertilizer markets.
The global biostimulants sector is growing at a rapid rate, and Latin America is no exception. This half-day seminar will cover the market dynamics, growth potential, as well as the agronomic and scientific developments. Join to get up to speed with the latest developments in biostimulants sector; examine the latest research in the effectiveness and application of biostimulants; hear how the global market has evolved in Europe and North America; navigate the regulatory and registration of new products in different jurisdictions. Who is it for? Biostimulant suppliers; soil scientists and agronomists; fertilizer companies interested in understanding the interaction with biostimulants; anyone involved, or interested, in the expanding biostimulants market.