Excalibur project participates with a poster at Organic World Congress 2021. More about the event and the program: https://owc.ifoam.bio/2021/en.
Author: Eligio Malusa, INHORT Nematodes, known commonly as roundworms, are one of the most abundant, common, and diverse multicellular organisms on Earth. They generally have an prolonged, [...]
Author: Prof. Dr. Nikolay Vassilev, Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Sciences, University of Granada As some colleagues say “Soil is mostly microorganisms, both alive and dead”. It [...]
Author: Eligio MAlusa, INHORT The major factors affecting bioinocula efficacy in the field are related to the plant genome (species or variety), the soil (physical-chemical-biological [...]
Author: Eligio Malusa, INHORT Soil-borne pathogens are extremely dangerous for any crop, but are particularly damaging for vegetable crops that are grown in tunnels, where the conditions are [...]
Formulation, application methods, variety response: aspects needed to be better understood for a Several groups of soil microorganisms (mycorrhizal fungi, rhizosphere bacteria, rhizobia and [...]
On November 19th, Excalibur’s coordinator, Stefano Mocali (CREA), participated in an online workshop by The European Biostimulants Industry Council: EBIC. The workshop was dedicated to [...]