4 Natural areas

Where Nature and Efficacy Walk Hand-in-Hand

Natural Areas

Through the synergy of four sources of natural raw materials, such as Botany, Microalgae, Microbiology, and Green Chemistry, grouped together in our 4 Health technology, we position ourselves as an effective, natural, sustainable, and healthy alternative for agribusiness, making us a key piece in agriculture 4.0.

In order to keep up with the demand of returning to the natural, we draw on nature to obtain plant extracts, microorganisms and microalgae, through a selection of raw materials that follow strict quality controls.

4 Natural areas

Raw materials

  • Analytical quality control of each batch received:
    • Quality control analysis by batch: composition, pH, density, conductivity, organoleptic characteristics, among others; prior to packaging.
    • The results and samples of each batch are stored for a period of five years.
    • Analysis performed in the internal (in-house) laboratory.
    • For customs or accredited analysis, collaborates with external laboratories accredited by ENAC – National Accreditation Entity.
  • Validation before use in any manufacturing.

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    NATURAL ORIGIN: Traceability of raw material to its origin

    Per Product: plants, microorganisms, and microalgae. Raw extracts

    Raw Extracts


Thanks to our teams’ thorough knowledge of botanical extraction techniques, we can get a maximum concentration of molecules of interest, as well as protect them against possible degradation.

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    Selected part of the plants: Higher concentration of active compounds.

    Processing of plant material for extraction.

    Selected extraction process: Based on plant material and compounds of interest.
    Solvents: Water, Ethanol, CO2, Ethyl Acetate, etc…
    Methods: Soxhlet, steam distillation, maceration, ultrasound, supercritical fluids, etc.

    Optimization and Extraction system by scaling

    Targeted bioassay: screening of active fractions.
    Isolation of bioactive natural compounds

    Toxicology testing
    Phytotoxicity tests.
    Impact on auxiliary microorganisms.

    Unique approach in the study of plant extracts in our sector = Homogeneous efficacy.



Through fermentation techniques, we get microorganisms capable of producing phytohormones, enzymes and other secondary metabolites favorable for crops.

The complexity of this area is twofold: to identify microorganisms capable of secreting molecules of interest and to identify growth mediums with the capacity to potentiate the mentioned molecules.

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    Selected microorganisms: Based on their ability to produce compounds of interest.

    Specific fermentation media: Based on microorganisms and compounds of interest.

    Fermentation technology:

    High concentration of beneficial microorganisms: Azospirillum, Pseudomonas, Bacillus, Trichoderma, etc.

    Guided fermentation to obtain compounds of interest: Growth medium selected. Selected microorganisms: capable of synthesizing high concentrations of compounds of interest.

    Nano-filtration to eliminate the microorganism.

    Guided fermentation to obtain secondary metabolites: Selection of the culture medium. Selected microorganisms: capable of synthesizing high concentration of compounds of interest.
    Nano-filtration to eliminate the microorganism.

    Scalable fermentation system

    Separation and purification process:
    Based on the compounds of interest.

    Solvents: Water (direct use), Ethyl acetate (organic fractions), etc.

    Methods: Liquid-liquid extraction, preparative chromatography.

    Optimization and Scaling.


Microalgae and cyanobacteria are producers of molecules of interest for the control of pests and diseases; In addition, they are CO2 receptors and function as an active source of natural phytohormones, reinforcing resistance to biotic and abiotic stress, improving the contribution of macro and micronutrients.

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    Specific fermentation media: Based on microorganisms and compounds of interest.


Green Chemistry

Green chemistry involves extracting natural raw materials from agrifood by-products, hydrolysis, bacterial fermentations, fermentation techniques of plant tissues, among others.

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    Foliar applications

    Organic adjuvants: Absorption: surfactants or Adsorption: adherent.

    Selection based on: Specific culture; Knowledge of the foliar structure and Life cycle of the target pest: eggs, larvae, adults, fungal spores, bacteria.

    As a result: Drop dispersion and penetration of natural compounds.

    Root applications: Organic adjuvants: Dispersion Wetting agent

    As a result: Better penetration of natural compounds and movimiento lateral y lateral movement and uniform humidity.