In the stand Incotec will be demonstrating innovative products and techniques that have originated in the laboratories of both Incotec and the parent company, Croda. Becoming part of the large chemical concern, Croda, has opened the doors to more ground-breaking innovation. The first field crops products with Croda components have already been introduced. The same is expected very soon for vegetable products.
Seed treatment can greatly improve the yield and production of food seed. It is clear that there is an ever increasing demand for more sustainable methods. In the stand, Incotec will be asking visitors for their views on the future of sustainable agriculture and monotoring the opinions.
On Wednesday and Thursday, Incotec will deliver a lecture on the topic 'Seed Space' with the subtitle 'Creating space for smart and sustainable solutions'. The Incotec symposia will take place on Wednesday 27 and Thursday 28 September at 11:00 am. Registration via the website www.seedmeetstechnology.com