Specialized media around the world  have been talking about the DISPER productos and review our range on their publications. We have gathered some of this reviews and edited this media dossier so you can appreciate how well rated our products are.

Mission accomplished. DISPER Bloom improves the flowering and cocoa fruit setting

According to the National Association of Cocoa Exporters – Ecuador, Anecacao, only 0.1% of the total number of flowers produced by a cocoa tree are fertile. If in addition, unfavorable climatic conditions are given, the flower does not settle and falls. But the DISPER products were created to solve specific problems. We designed a trial that would evaluate the effectiveness of DISPER Bloom GS as a treatment for fruit development and setting,  to improve the viability of pollen, its germination and vitality to reach the ovary, the fertilization of the ovules and fruit setting as a result of a better pollination.


Research in black Sigatoka. Laboratory test in in vitro culture yields hopeful results.

Black Sigatoka is perhaps the most severe disease that banana producers have to deal with. Its destructive impact drastically decreases the yield of the crop and supposes important economic disbursements for the control treatments.

In DISPER we decided to determine the incidence of DISPER Cu MAX, our 100% soluble copper product of zero residue, on structures of Mycosphaerella fijiensis (causal agent of the disease) in in-vitro crop.


Synergic Method of Correction for Deficiencies. Exclusive Combination of Chelating And Complexing Agents.

As each member of a team, family or community has its distinct characteristics, in the components of the agro-nutrients, each ingredient can have a specific function.This metaphor landed in the world of plant nutrition and we wondered if there was any formula by which, combining chelating and complexing agents of different stability and chemical properties, we could achieve a synergistic effect that would allow greater efficiency in the absorption of nutrients taking advantage of most interesting characteristics of each agent.


Plant nutrition: new methods and evolution

The plant nutrition in a complete and balanced way requires the contribution of each nutrient in specific amounts.

The secondary macronutrients (calcium, magnesium and sulfur) must be supplied throughout the plant cycle, especially in the case of calcium and magnesium.

Micronutrients (iron, manganese, zinc, copper, boron, molybdenum and chlorine) are elements present in the soil at lower concentrations and, therefore, are absorbed in lower quantities by plants. In spite of this, they play a fundamental role in the vegetative development of the production, so the lack of any of these elements seriously harms the yield and the quality of the harvest, although the rest of the nutrients are at an optimum level.