Our company was born 10 years ago after a happy encounter, which took place directly in the fields, with some farmers tired of keep following the same path of traditional agriculture, made up of nutrition and defense strategies that no longer meet the needs of the plants, consumers, the environment, and climate change. It wasn't easy to respond to their requests because these were current topics, but difficult and extremely delicate to address, both technically and socio-economically. We asked ourselves several times whether to attempt the challenge of change or bypass the problem. We didn't give up and decided to respond by combining RESEARCH and FIELD TESTS to provide innovative solutions to a stagnant sector for years.

We were the first to talk and spread, practically in the fields, the concepts of osmoprotection and to introduce substances and formulations that could help plants and farmers in this "battle" against the climate. To do this, we organized conferences and meetings, we went into the fields with farmers to directly verify the response of the products and to continuously improve their performance. We were the first to spread the concepts of "metal defense hypothesis" in managing certain plant pathologies and provided innovative solutions with new means and methods of containment.

We have also addressed complex discussions on the complex relationship between nutrition and the development of plant pests, providing theoretical and practical indications on how to address certain issues. Recently, we have been addressing issues regarding insects by providing practical solutions with natural means and substances that limit the development of particularly harmful species in certain agroecosystems. And finally, we entered the vast and complex world of plant antioxidant and enzymatic systems. Here too, we started offering our first solutions to improve the health status of plants and the quality of productions.

A modern company made not only of simple commercial formulations, but of new ideas and new proposals that place knowledge at the basis of any path of human growth. In conclusion, our commitment is to find a PLANT-ENVIRONMENT-HUMAN balance, so that everyone can coexist and grow hand in hand.

This has opened up new opportunities and allowed many farmers/entrepreneurs achieving important goals. The last step was to manufacture the commercial product in the laboratory.
Climate change imposes a different way of thinking and reasoning from the usual fertilization and biostimulation schemes. It is necessary to observe how, naturally, plants defend themselves against natural environmental stresses. Our research started in this direction. Traditional products, alone, have a too mild and non-specific action, often resulting in little effectiveness.

Here, then, the proposal of a new class of compounds, never really applied in agriculture: POLIALCOL.
The polyalcohols are substances already widely used in human medicine and in many other sectors of our daily life.
The total absence of toxicity was confirmed by the Ministry of Health that, at my request, expressed itself as follows: “the product in question does not need ministerial authorization, neither as a plant protection product, nor as an adjuvant”. The product is safe and does not create interference on the natural physiological systems of the plant. In very simple terms, it has no hormonal action on the plant.

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Today, let’s begin a journey that starts from the transplant of the young seedling and continues until the time of collection and post-harvest/conservation Our “journey” begins with the transplant and will continue until reaching the final product. I want to tell you about the experiences of producers who believed in this new way of managing crops. All this is in harmony with nature and in full respect of consumer health.

In 2013 I started our work from a very serious and important problem for the farmer: the transplant stress.
This is an initial problem that, if not well managed, risks compromising production directly or indirectly. The only means available, to which the farmer has always resorted, were the starter fertilizers and/or biostimulants of a different nature (i.e. algae, humic acids, etc.). Thanks to recent studies on osmolites and their direct action on the main processes of adaptation of the plant to stress of different nature, it was possible to verify the real effectiveness of my formulation on transplant stress. The polyalcohols, main elements of the product, strengthen the cell membranes, stimulate the natural plant biochemical processes and constitute, after their natural degradation in the plant, fundamental elements for different basic metabolic pathways, both primary and secondary, for the vegetative-reproductive development of the plant.

The effects are evident and demonstrated by findings made by many farmers and professional technicians. Starting with healthy and well-developed plants has allowed to reduce, then, various problems of cultivation, with effective production results, final quality and time saved to enjoy own life.
The product, after the experimental phase, is fully a “weapon” for farmers and technicians, to protect young seedlings, herbaceous and arboreal, from transplant stress.


Our research and experimentation work always lead me to deal with current and important issues and problems. The climate changes of recent years, with the “bizarre” climate, are causing major damage to agriculture. Cold, hot, drought are now part of the new “diseases” of agriculture.
In 2014 I began to deal with cold damage. The issue of climate adversity is complex and involves more branches of agriculture: agronomy, pathology, physiology, etc. Obviously, having direct means of defense available would be optimal and desirable, both in horticulture and fruit growing.
Where all this is not possible it is not convenient to lose all the production, but it is necessary to apply all the systems and / products that can help us reduce the damage.
Glycols have been used for many years in the field of cold damage prevention, but with poor results and practical applications. The reasons are essentially two: glycol itself is too large a molecule to enter the plant; the second is that “the impossible” was asked of these products. Today, thanks to our technologies, the first problem has been solved. The “second generation” glycols are purified and highly penetrating into the plant. At the same time, at the recommended doses, they do not present phytotoxicity problems. Regarding the second problem, everyone knows that the variables of damage from cold / frost are always several, but the protective effect of our product is always relevant and certainly important, compared to the untreated.

The effectiveness of our formulation is linked to the organic component, consisting of polyethylene oxides (ie Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen) which “bind” the cellular water thus causing a concentration of the lymph and a “vitrification” effect on cellular liquids ; this slows down the process of formation of harmful ice crystals, with evident cryoprotective effects on the plant.


As often happens in science, in addition to the first interesting effect of a product, many others, often unexpected, are subsequently highlighted. The same farmers, always attentive and great observers, have reported an increase in size in the fields where our formulation was applied. Our biochemical and physiological insights have allowed, at least in part, to explain this effect. It is by no means a question of hormonal activity, but simply of nutritional action on cell membranes, the “real brains” of plants.

The activity on the membranes allows the transporters to perform their action with maximum effectiveness, with the evident result that the plant feeds better and is able to easily eliminate waste products deriving from metabolic processes. Proper nutrition and quick elimination of toxic catabolites also mean better vegetative growth and increases in production.

The product also has a natural antigiberellin activity, with evident positive results on fruit set and on the reduction of production alternation.
Also in this case the data and experiences are numerous and many are the farmers who have abandoned the usual “chemical attachment recipe”.


Often, even if the temperatures are not particularly dangerous for the development of plants, it is the excess of brightness that can cause damage. In recent years, the excess of radiation can actually cause problems to the photosynthetic activity of the plant with the production of harmful free radicals that slow down, up to blocking, the growth and development of plants. The greatest damage occurs at the level of cell membranes. Our product helps to reform membranes quickly and can interact with numerous free radicals blocking their harmful action.
All this is truly fascinating, also considering that the product breaks down, inside the plant, into carbon dioxide which is used to make photosynthesis. It works a bit like a carbon fertilizer. The beauty is, however, that carbon dioxide is already inside the plant, and this means that even when the stomata are closed, the plant can do photosynthesis.


The fruit ripening process is a “fascinating” phenomenon and, in some respects, still to be discovered. There are numerous factors that affect which can be exogenous and endogenous.
All this complicates the development of a truly effective product. The effect of ethylene has long been known, but the deleterious effects of this substance are also known. From this it follows the low interest of researchers and industries to synthesize formulations based on this hormone. In recent years no one has ever thought about the use of substances that could produce very small quantities of ethylene, useful in the ripening process and without harmful effects on the final quality of the harvest.

The research of our laboratories has succeeded in highlighting the possibility of obtaining minimal doses of ethylene from the application of particular glycols. Particular amino acids and microelements, already known for their effect on maturation, complete the product.
Some time has passed from the idea to the facts, but the field results are very promising. The use of the formulation on fruit and vegetable crops has produced color increases, often higher than the best reference standards.

Tests carried out in Italy have made it possible to ascertain the real effectiveness of the product, without affecting in any way other parameters and without negatively affecting the shelf-life of the final product.
In addition to the improvement in maturation, it was surprising to verify the lengthening of the storage period. Fruits and vegetables (leafy and fruit), even if kept in the open air, had a longer shelf-life. All this was also highlighted simply by comparing, under the same conditions, treated and untreated fruits.

All this is probably due to the fact that, once metabolized by the plant, some glycols originate “essential components” for the formation of cell membranes. Efficient membranes are the prerequisite for the long shelf life of fruit and vegetables.
Like all products, it must be applied when ethylene naturally already becomes active in the plant.


To conclude, an effect that we never thought we would notice. Many farmers had reported an unusual lesser presence of some insects, mostly lepidoptera, in the treated plots.
All this seemed strange to us because the formulation is absolutely not an insecticide. Our curiosity led us to look carefully at what was happening in the fields. It was not an insecticidal effect, but a repellent effect. We asked ourselves the reason for all this.

It is difficult to give a complete answer and, certainly, there is still a lot to investigate, but the hypotheses fall on three possible mechanisms, single or associated with each other: 1st physical effect of the product; 2nd activating effect on the plant that produces repellent substances or direct repellent effect of the product or its metabolites; resistance induction effect due, perhaps, to the “release” of ethylene from the metabolism of the glycolic components in the plant. The induction of resistance “via ethylene” is already well documented.




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