ORO AGRI Working Partners
Engaging strategic collaborations are crucial in enabling us to broaden the solutions we offer to growers worldwide. Our working partners provide a wide variety of services that help us continually bring innovative solutions to the market. These services include certification, training, research, and media. We also have working partners engaged in rural and community development, that work towards making knowledge and science accessible to all. We are continually expanding our network of collaborations and welcome anyone that help us ensure our products are used correctly and efficiently by farmers, protecting their crops and the environment.
CABI is a non-governmental organization that tackles global issues like poverty, hunger, education, equality, sustainability, climate change and biodiversity by sharing knowledge and science.
The CABI BioProtection Portal is a free, web-based tool that enables users to discover information about registered biocontrol and biopesticide products around the world. Available online, with an offline version coming soon, the CABI BioProtection Portal helps growers and agricultural advisors to identify, source and correctly apply biocontrol and biopesticide products against problematic pests in their crops.
IBMA promotes biocontrol technologies and brings to the market, via proportionate regulation, innovative and effective technologies for sustainable agriculture, allowing farmers to grow healthy, productive and profitable crops. The company aims to show that biocontrol technologies are already a reality in agriculture and horticulture, and that their use should be intensified. For this purpose, IBMA actively shares its expertise in the field to stimulate both business development and skills of its members’ staff.
Tomato world believes that the Dutch greenhouse horticulture sector, with its knowledge, technologies and sustainable cultivation methods, can make an unmistakable contribution to the global food problem and that it is important to express this story. The company allows visitors to experience the Dutch greenhouse horticulture sector so that they become aware of the value of this sector and of the role they can play in relation to the world food challenges. Tomato world connects companies and organisations from the sector with each other and with our visitors so that new insights, solutions and innovations can be created for the world’s food supply.
The Association of Fertilizer Producers and Traders (SPEL) was founded in 1995 and promote the rational use of Fertilizers in order to optimize crop yields in conformity with the European sustainable development policy. SPEL cooperates with decision-making centres, academic and research institutions, respective domestic and foreign bodies, and trains members, technicians and farmers on industry issues. It also conducts research related to the market of Fertilizers and participates in research projects.
CAAE is a certification body specialized in Organic Production that certifies more than 1,000,000 hectares in Europe. Its mission focuses on providing specialized certification services to the Organic Production sector, with a vocation to serve society in general, guaranteeing the integrity and authenticity of the products and processes that they certify. CAAE’s actions are based on professionalism, responsibility, impartiality and objectivity.
AFAÏA is a professional union created in 1986 that represents manufacturers or marketers of agricultural inputs and informs them of legislative and regulatory developments. AFAÏA’s field of action covers all growing media, organic fertilizers, mulching products, additives, and biostimulants. The products marketed by AFAÏA members are intended for professionals in agriculture, horticulture and landscaping, and for the general public’s gardens.
FiBL provides scientific expertise on current issues in organic agriculture and food management that stems from interdisciplinary research, and innovations developed jointly with farmers and the food industry, and solution-oriented development projects. Along with practical research, FiBL places a high priority on advisory work, training courses and providing specialist information. Additionally, FiBL facilitates the development of sustainable agriculture in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe in close cooperation with local partner organisations.
New Ag International Magazines, published in English, Spanish and Chinese, cover on a quarterly basis all news relating to the fast-growing High-Tech Agriculture Sector around the World. Its primary but not exclusive focus is on biological control, biostimulants, specialty fertilisers, irrigation, fertigation, plant nutrition, greenhouse technology and precision agriculture. It is read by more than 40,000 decision-makers worldwide. In addition, it is distributed at all the major conferences and exhibitions about irrigation, fertilisers, fertigation and High-Tech Agriculture.