ICL is launching a new, international and interactive advisory crop nutrition forum, AgroPro.com, created in response to the agronomic communication challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Online, the AgroPro community offers a speedy and supportive way for farmers and advisors to ask questions and get quick responses from the global ag community and from our ICL team of international agronomists.
AgroPro is a comprehensive, easy-to-use and interactive network responsively offering on-demand, and up-to-date fertilizer information and solutions for optimizing nutrition management of field crops, orchards, plantations, ornamentals and turf.
Using AgroPro is free of charge. Whatever your crop or region, once signed up to the AgroPro community you can post a crop nutrition question, share a resource, join a discussion thread, add a comment, easily search for any content, and browse through previous discussions and Q-and-A's.
As a member of the AgroPro community, you can join groups with shared interests and get push notifications when new content comes online.
Maya Grinfeld, head of ICL's marketing department, says “As the crisis caused by COVID-19 unfolds, we know that farmers worldwide are still eager for concrete information to improve their crops. In response to that we consulted ICL’s agronomists around the world about how we could help, and together we initiated AgroPro."
Hillel Magen, ICL's Agronomy VP, adds “This is the first time the extensive professional knowledge and network of ICL agronomy experts, gathered from all across the world from multiple crops and agroclimatic regions, has been made available - directly and indefinitely - to everyone. We believe, at times like this, that knowledge is a force for good that everyone should be able to access and benefit from."
"The AgroPro team is available 24/7 for interaction with its community of farmers, advisors and agronomists. Thoroughly interactive and in multiple languages, the AgroPro international community is the go-to source to network and collaborate for advice, encouragement and practical information for crop nutrition - whether fertilizer, fertigation or foliar feeding."