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ACCI/MICI approach works at different levels, starting with soil improvement and conservation (oxygenation, mineralization, increase of organic matter, balance of microorganisms, etc.), plant (identification and characterization of key stages by crop, nutrient needs, etc.), biotic factors (pest and disease management), abiotic factors (measurement of time variables and their effect on crops, inducers of plant resistance, etc.), among others.

To implement these concepts, the following process is performed:

  • Diagnosis and definition of production goals. (Physical chemical analysis, and MRI, molecular and atomic).
  • Soil conditioning and seed selection.
  • Oxygenation, massive induction of microorganisms, minimum tillage.
  • Phenological characterization of the crop. (Requirement of units heat and cold hours)
  • Attention to the nutritional demand of the crop.
  • Demand for nutrients per unit of production desired.
  • Stocks, availability, complement, sources and efficiency of use. (State and mode of application, lunar moment of application and suitability of pH).
  • Monitoring of crop stressors. (Meteorological, parasite, pathogenic, competition, etc.) and definition of thresholds.
  • Integrated management of the burden (acquired plant resistance, induced plant resistance, biological control, use of biorracionales, management of competition for light, use of agrochemicals in extreme cases)
  • Induction of growth promoters.
  • Conditioning of ripening of the crop.
  • Storage of grains in storage.

The forging part is fundamental to achieve the transfer of results so we consider the following actions:

  • Theoretical - practical training:
  • Workshops and training courses for field technicians.
  • Workshops and training courses for producers.
  • Permanent consultancies of specialists
  • Stays of technicians in modules
  • Visits and accompaniment to technicians and producers by specialists.

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