In February, the farms Pamplona (GO – State of Goiás), Panorama (BA – State of Bahia), Pioneira (MT – State of Mato Grosso) and Parnaguá (PI – State of Piauí) were the stage for the first editions of the event Dia de Campo (Field Day) being exclusively dedicated to SLC Sementes. During the event’s schedule the following issues, amongst others, were addressed: SLC Sementes Project, partnership between SLC Agrícola, Brasmax and Monsoy, and the portfolio of marketed products.
Still during the event, the participants had the opportunity to visit the crops, and got to know the production, research, handling and selling process of the seeds. In total, the event had a public of 215 people.
In a partnership between SLC Agrícola, Brasmax and Monsoy, the event was attended by 215 people.
No input contributes as much to the construction of good productivity as the seed does. In addition to bringing all the technology of genetic improvement – which for years has selected the best varieties for a high productive performance – a good quality seed can only originate from a healthy and resistant plant.
Indian goosegrass (E. indica) is highly adaptable to the climate and soil of Mato Grosso, besides being the host to several pathogens that attack cultivated plants, such as Helminthosporium spp., Meloidogyne incognita, Rotylenchulus reniformis and Pratylenchus pratensis.
In an interview with the magazine Meio Ambiente Industrial, the director of HR and Sustainability at SLC Agrícola, Álvaro Dilli emphasizes the importance of using technology as a tool in the process of excellence to achieve the best socio-environmental standards. “The company has been constantly investing in new technologies with the objective of reducing impacts and risks, as well as improving efficiency in the business,” according to Álvaro. By doing this SLC Agrícola has been breaking paradigms and differentiating itself in the market in which it operates.