Weeds Kill Weeds.

Published on
Scene 1 (0s)

Weeds Kill Weeds .

(and other pests ).

Scene 2 (12s)

How to care of the environment while we produce?

The concept of ‘natural pesticides’ arose early in the development of agriculture, as early as 400BC.

Hiistory

The European agricultural revolution that followed in the 19th century was accompanied by more extensive and international trade that resulted in the discovery of botanical insecticidal powders from Chrysanthemum flower heads and Derris root which contain pyrethrum and rotenone, respectively.

More recenlty

The advent of extensive monoculture and intensive agricultural practices of the 20th century was accompanied by increases in yields. New cultivars were selected based on their higher yields, but many of these lines seem to have lower resistance to pests. This has resulted in greater pest pressure, which has mostly been addressed by the use of synthetic pesticides .

Actually

Scene 3 (50s)

What crop protection did until now.

Crop protection

Weed resistance

Weeds control

Synthetic chemicals

Different chemicals control most weeds in the field.

Weed species resist the chemicals and grow worldwide.

Synthetic herbicides control weeds.

Weeds are difficult to control with the traditional chemical tools.

What is next?

Scene 4 (1m 11s)

Many different new technologies in agriculture.

Natural molecules for the crop protection industry.

WE DISCOVER LINA EMPRESA DEL GRUPO ROSENTAL

GPS macchines

Agriculture supported by drons

Cell phone aplications for water control

Scene 5 (1m 26s)

Weeds Kill Weeds.

esoml DORO 3.3

Scene 6 (1m 36s)

What did we do to create a new technology ?

Screen the flora in a large area during two years .

Paraguay _ Chile Ss Ot•Rq• Argentina SFO R"

Scene 7 (1m 50s)

The new technology.

Water Extract

Drying by spray

No residues

Water Tank

Formulated

No residues

Scene 8 (2m 2s)

Bio-Herbidides from plants: where a weed kill another weed.

Does it work ? Ipomea Weed treated with X1.

Contact or burn herbicide

Systemic herbicide

Scene 9 (2m 15s)

Progressive post-emergence effect: treated weeds died between 7 to 14 days after treatment (DAT).

Sorghum sp . (14 DAT)

Setaria sp . (7 DAT)

Sinapis sp . (7 DAT)

Soybean (7 DAT)

Lettuce (7 DAT)

INBIOAR- H004-AR

Scene 10 (2m 33s)

Biofungicides from plants.

The infection was reduced on treated potatoes: No treatment Extract (5 kg/Ha) Extract (2.5 kg/Ha)

It prevents potato late blight ( Phytophthora infestans )

Scene 11 (2m 46s)

Validation: Learning by doing

We have capitalized our experience and optimized our method by identifying strategic regions, as well as recognizing how and when to collect plants

24 1005 plant species collection 2393 extracts tested 7 promising extracts

Between 2010 and 2016 Project 1.0

In progress Project 2.0

101 plant species 11 collection trips 290 extracts At least 2 promising extracts (in progress)

Scene 12 (3m 6s)

What is next?

Build a library of extracts Worldwide

Argentina Chile Paraguay USA India

A global library Will allow us to offer better solutions for the crop protection Industry .

Scene 13 (3m 20s)

WHO WE ARE. Strategic, Interdisciplinary & Skilled team DR. GUSTAVO SOSA FOUNDER ForestrvEn8ineerwith a PhD. in Bicchemistryand Prof of plant biochemistry (lJS21_). Entrepreneur and consultant for technologv startups. After his postdoctoral fellow in the LIS, he has founded differentampanies in 2r8entina. LIC. LISANDRO ROSENTAL INVESTOR a firm with interests In dlverse.ndustr.es Partner of INBIOAR. he support to the strategy and busine% LITOÅAL zho, DR. STEPHEN DUKE in giant pnvsol•ard on LITORAL comoan•s tneacceerato' DR. NESTORCARRILLO Hele—is the ST zho National DR. SEBASTIAN AZERRAD sopoo% MBA. FEDERICO ORTEGA an

Scene 14 (3m 44s)

Nature Infographics

It’s the second-brightest natural object in the night sky after the Moon

Venus has a beautiful name, but also a very poisonous atmosphere

It’s a gas giant and the biggest planet in the entire Solar System

01

JUPITER

02

SATURN

03

VENUS

Scene 15 (4m 3s)

Nature Infographics

Despite being red, Mars is actually a cold place

MARS

Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and the smallest

MERCURY

Venus has a beautiful name and is the second planet

VENUS

Scene 16 (4m 18s)

Nature Infographics

Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and the smallest of them all

1

Venus has a beautiful name and is the second planet from the Sun

2

Scene 17 (4m 34s)

Nature Infographics

80%

20%

Saturn is a gas giant and has several rings. It is composed mostly of hydrogen and helium. It was named after a god SATURN

Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and the smallest one in the Solar System. It’s only a bit larger than our Moon MERCURY

Scene 18 (4m 54s)

Nature Infographics

It’s the farthest planet from the Sun

NEPTUNE

It’s the smallest planet of them all

MERCURY

It’s the second planet from the Sun

VENUS

Scene 19 (5m 8s)

Nature Infographics

Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun Neptune is the farthest planet from the Sun and the fourth-largest It’s a gas giant and the biggest planet in the entire Solar System NEPTUNE MERCURY JUPITER

Scene 20 (5m 22s)

Nature Infographics

VENUS It’s the second planet from the Sun 75%

MARS Despite being red, Mars is a cold place 25%

Scene 21 (5m 34s)

Nature Infographics

It’s the biggest planet in the Solar System DAY 1 Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun DAY 3 Venus has a beautiful name DAY 7 Despite being red, Mars is cold DAY 14 Neptune is the farthest planet DAY 20

Scene 22 (5m 50s)

Nature Infographics

Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and the smallest one Neptune is the farthest planet from the Sun and the fourth-largest Despite being red, Mars is a cold place. It’s full of iron oxide dust NEPTUNE MERCURY MARS Venus has a beautiful name and is the second planet from the Sun VENUS

Scene 23 (6m 8s)

Nature Infographics

It’s the biggest planet in the Solar System

STEP 1

It’s the smallest planet of them all

STEP 2

Earth is the planet where we live on

STEP 3

Scene 24 (6m 23s)

Nature Infographics

Despite being red, Mars is actually a cold place. It’s full of iron oxide dust MARS Venus has a beautiful name and is the second planet from the Sun VENUS Yes, this is the ringed one. It’s a gas giant, composed mostly of hydrogen and helium SATURN

Scene 25 (6m 40s)

Nature Infographics

25% 60% 100% F1 F2 F3

Despite being red, Mars is actually a cold place. It’s full of iron oxide dust

It’s a gas giant and the biggest planet in the entire Solar System

Yes, this is the ringed one. It’s composed mostly of hydrogen and helium

Scene 26 (6m 58s)

Nature Infographics

Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and smallest one MERCURY Venus has a beautiful name and is the second planet VENUS Despite being red, Mars is actually a cold place MARS

Scene 27 (7m 11s)

Nature Infographics

Venus has a beautiful name and is the second planet from the Sun Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and the smallest of them all Despite being red, Mars is actually a cold place 44% 25% 60% 44% 25% 60% 44% 25% 60% MERCURY VENUS MARS Saturn is composed mostly of hydrogen and also helium 44% 25% 60%

Scene 28 (7m 31s)

Nature Infographics

1

2

3

Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and smallest one

MERCURY

Venus has a beautiful name and is the second planet

VENUS

Despite being red, Mars is actually a very cold place

MARS

Scene 29 (7m 49s)

Nature Infographics

Despite being red, Mars is a cold place. It’s full of iron oxide dust, which gives the planet its reddish cast It’s a gas giant and the biggest planet in the Solar System. Jupiter is the fourth-brightest object in the sky Yes, this is the ringed one. It’s a gas giant, composed mostly of hydrogen and helium 25% 50% 40%

Scene 30 (8m 11s)

Nature Infographics

Venus has a beautiful name and is the second planet

Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and smallest one

Despite being red, Mars is actually a cold place

Jupiter is the biggest planet in the Solar System

Saturn is a gas giant and has several rings

Neptune is the farthest planet from the Sun

1

2

3

6

5

4

Scene 31 (8m 36s)

Nature Infographics

FACTS 1 FACTS 2 FACTS 3 VENUS Venus has a beautiful name and is the second planet MERCURY Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and the smallest MARS Despite being red, Mars is actually a cold place JUPITER Jupiter is a gas giant and the biggest planet of them all

Scene 32 (8m 55s)

Instructions for use

In order to use this template, you must credit S lidesgo and Freepik in your final presentation and include links to both websites. You are allowed to: - Modify this template. - Use it for both personal and commercial projects. You are not allowed to: - Sublicense, sell or rent any of Slidesgo Content (or a modified version of Slidesgo Content). - Distribute Slidesgo Content unless it has been expressly authorized by Slidesgo. - Include Slidesgo Content in an online or offline database or file. - Offer Slidesgo templates (or modified versions of Slidesgo templates) for download. - Acquire the copyright of Slidesgo Content.

In order to use this template, you must credit S lidesgo and Freepik in your final presentation and include links to both websites. You are allowed to: - Modify this template. - Use it for both personal and commercial projects. You are not allowed to: - Sublicense, sell or rent any of Slidesgo Content (or a modified version of Slidesgo Content). - Distribute Slidesgo Content unless it has been expressly authorized by Slidesgo. - Include Slidesgo Content in an online or offline database or file. - Offer Slidesgo templates (or modified versions of Slidesgo templates) for download. - Acquire the copyright of Slidesgo Content.

For more information about editing slides, please read our FAQs or visit Slidesgo School: https://slidesgo.com/faqs and https://slidesgo.com/slidesgo-school

For more information about editing slides, please read our FAQs or visit Slidesgo School: https://slidesgo.com/faqs and https://slidesgo.com/slidesgo-school

Scene 33 (9m 35s)

Infographics

You can add and edit some infographics to your presentation to present your data in a visual way.

You can add and edit some infographics to your presentation to present your data in a visual way.

Choose your favourite infographic and insert it in your presentation using Ctrl C + Ctrl V or Cmd C + Cmd V in Mac. Select one of the parts and ungroup it by right-clicking and choosing “Ungroup”. Change the color by clicking on the paint bucket. Then resize the element by clicking and dragging one of the square-shaped points of its bounding box (the cursor should look like a double-headed arrow). Remember to hold Shift while dragging to keep the proportions. Group the elements again by selecting them, right-clicking and choosing “Group”. Repeat the steps above with the other parts and when you’re done editing, copy the end result and paste it into your presentation. Remember to choose the “ Keep source formatting ” option so that it keeps the design. For more info, please visit Slidesgo School .

Choose your favourite infographic and insert it in your presentation using Ctrl C + Ctrl V or Cmd C + Cmd V in Mac. Select one of the parts and ungroup it by right-clicking and choosing “Ungroup”. Change the color by clicking on the paint bucket. Then resize the element by clicking and dragging one of the square-shaped points of its bounding box (the cursor should look like a double-headed arrow). Remember to hold Shift while dragging to keep the proportions. Group the elements again by selecting them, right-clicking and choosing “Group”. Repeat the steps above with the other parts and when you’re done editing, copy the end result and paste it into your presentation. Remember to choose the “ Keep source formatting ” option so that it keeps the design. For more info, please visit Slidesgo School .