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Omex Agrifluids at Growtech Eurasia

Wide range of specialty fertilizers to be presented

“Our liquid and soluble powder products can be used in the widest range of farming systems across the Middle East, North Africa, and Central Asia,” says Peter Prentis, who is the Managing Director at Omex Agrifluids. The designer and manufacturer of specialty fertilizers will be exhibiting at Growtech Eurasia in Antalya, Turkey from 24th - 27th November 2021, at stand A205 in Hall 3.

"A wide range of cut flower crops including gerberas and roses respond well to programs of foliar feeding using soluble nutrients." Photo credit: Omex Agrifluids 

A wide range
Managing Director Peter Prentis said: “Omex will exhibit a wide range of its fertilizers, which are beneficial for a wide array of farming practices. Whether it is flower crops in greenhouses, orchard fruit, or broad-acre farming systems, and rain-fed or irrigated, Omex provides a full range of soluble nutrient products for plant growth and development, from seedling establishment to crop maturation and harvest.”

Growtech Eurasia is the largest agricultural fair in Eurasia and Turkey and the leading event in Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and the Caucasus. Omex will be part of 700 companies and brands from over 30 countries at Growtech Eurasia. The event regularly attracts visitors from more than 60 countries across the region and beyond.

“Meet us at the stand”
Peter Prentis will be pleased to meet established and new clients (distributors, importers, and end-users) at the Omex stand (A205 in Hall 3), to discuss exciting opportunities for crop production in countries right across the region.

For more information:
Omex Agrifluids 

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