With BioNASPA 12 partners from SMEs, university laboratories, research centres, major farming companies and food retailers have combined their competences in discovering and developing new biomolecules from biomass available in the European-Atlantic region (seaweeds, microalgae, marine plants, weeds) to control key crop diseases or stimulate crops grown in the regions, mitigating the effects of environmental stress and reducing the fertiliser footprint.
The program comprises four clusters of activities:
Develop techniques to separate novel bioactives from marine & coastal biomass sources.Learn More
Optimize the production processes and formulation of novel active compounds for agricultural use.Learn More
Glasshouse & Field trials of the bio-products on critical pathogens or as biostimulants for key crops.Learn More
Evaluate life cycle of the products and novel crop production methods to optimise applications.Learn More