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SELECTED AND EXCLUSIVE STRAINS 
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At Biotor, we isolate beneficial microorganisms from nature that are essential for plant growth.

 

Each microorganism, even of the same species, has unique characteristics and qualities that define its potential. We base our success on the study and selection of each strain, ensuring the highest quality standards are met.

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The soil is not a static element, on the contrary, it is an entire living and dynamic ecosystem composed of organic matter and living beings of all kinds.

The challenge is to achieve optimal agricultural productivity while maintaining a biological balance that guarantees a living and healthy soil.

Soil is an essential resource for the development of life. It plays a crucial role in determining the health of plants and, by extension, the quality and quantity of agricultural crops. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), it is estimated that 95% of our food is produced directly or indirectly in soils.

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In order to ensure high production and profitability, intensive agriculture has led to the excessive use of agrochemical substances (fertilizers and pesticides), as well as high consumption of water and nutrients.

This system leads to the loss of microbial biodiversity and richness of beneficial microorganisms, generating an imbalance in favor of opportunistic and oxidative microorganisms (Pests).  In this way, a reduction in microbial activity and the chemical, physical and biological properties of agricultural soils is accelerated.

Decreasing productive potential and crop yield.

GROUND
DEGRADATION
MICROBIAL BALANCE RUPTURE

The degradation of agricultural ecosystems has, in many cases, led to a breakdown in the microbial balance of the soil, which impoverishes its quality due to the reduction of interactions between beneficial microorganisms and the plant. This, in turn, accelerates the reduction in microbial activity and the chemical, physical, and biological properties of agricultural soils, ultimately decreasing productive potential and crop yield.

Lower return 
of organic matter 
and nutrients.

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Increase in opportunist and pathogenic microorganisms.

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Less microbial

diversity.

 BENEFICIAL MICROORGANISMS

Beneficial microorganisms are the ideal companions for plants since they are capable of transforming organic matter and minerals into nutrients, controlling pests and diseases, and improving water absorption. All these factors translate into productive improvements in crops.

 

Moreover, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), healthy soils contribute to mitigating climate change by maintaining or increasing their carbon content.

Biotor proposes a strategy that focuses on the use of selected and exclusive microorganisms as biological control agents and biostimulants. This natural alternative guarantees the highest standards required by modern agriculture and leads to greater crop productivity.

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BIOTECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS

Biotor develops biotechnological solutions for sustainable agriculture. Their products include biofungicides, bionematicides, bioinsecticides, and biostimulants, which help farmers increase crop yields while minimizing the use of resources . Biotor’s solutions are environmentally friendly and promote sustainable agriculture practices by creating crops that are resistant to pests and diseases.

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Our company is committed to continuously improving our products. We strive to perfect our production and innovation processes by validating the advances made by our Innovation and Solutions Development Department. All our departments work together to ensure that the final product is of the highest quality and meets the needs of our customers.

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Kilometer 109.5 Pan-American Highway
Sébaco - San Isidro, Nicaragua

info@biotorlabs.com

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