Agricultural production continues to increase in response to global population growth.

We must therefore reduce the environmental and health impact of agriculture.

Our R&D engineer, Aline BRUTEL, explains how the Trichoderma project, which develops bio-inputs with innovative modes of action in arboriculture, market gardening and viticulture, will help reduce our environmental footprint.

Led by Cybèle Agrocare, this large-scale 3-year project, which began in 2020, is carried out in partnership with INRAE, Institut national de recherche pour l’agriculture, l’alimentation et l’environnement, and other private partners such as MERCIER FRERES; VEGEPOLYS INNOVATION; PRIME CONTRACTOR FOR ARELPAL.

Together, let’s protect our planet!
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