Revolutionary In-Can Preservatives
At the heart of Minagro’s presentation is the innovative approach to in-can preservatives, with a focus on providing a safer alternative to isothiazolinone chemistry. In-can preservatives are a vital component of water-based formulations, essential to prevent microbial and fungal contamination. However, these formulations are hampered by regulatory restrictions and organic certification requirements, necessitating the exploration of greener alternatives.
Minagro’s Sovinol P range of in-can preservatives represents a groundbreaking development, featuring:
- Naturality Index: These preservatives are sourced from renewable raw materials, such as sugar cane bagasse and essential oils. This forward-thinking approach anticipates the transition toward a fossil-free agriculture, reducing the carbon footprint.
- Safer-by-Design: Minagro prioritizes molecules with minimal impact on humans, animals, plants, and the environment, promoting a safer, more sustainable approach to agrochemicals.
- Performance Validation: Minagro’s preservatives undergo rigorous microbial tests inspired by the ISO 11930 challenge tests used in the cosmetic industry. This ensures efficient preservation against bacteria and fungi, guaranteeing product safety.
Driving Innovation in Agrochemicals
Minagro’s presentation at the ABIM conference highlights the groundbreaking strides in agrochemical formulations. Their dedication to sustainability, green chemistry, and safer alternatives is set to propel new agrochemical development to meet market requirements in terms of performance and application.
Stay tuned for more updates on Minagro at the ABIM conference on October 25, 2023.