Biostimulant wins EU LIFE Award 2023 in the Environment category

Van Iperen International and LandLab joint project, Plants for Plants®, has been awarded the EU LIFE Award 2023 in the Environment category. This achievement recognizes the contribution of Plants for Plants in making conventional agriculture more sustainable. The winner's announcement, made by an expert jury, took place in a ceremony during the EU Green Week – Europe's biggest environmental event- in Brussels at the European Commission on the last 6th of June.

"We are immensely honored to receive the EU LIFE Award 2023 in the category of Environment," said Erik van den Bergh, Managing Director at Van Iperen International. "Plants for Plants represents our commitment to sustainable agriculture, and the EU has recognized the potential of Plants for Plants in boosting quality and yield even when facing stressful periods like drought, which are so common nowadays in Europe."

A new range of plant-based biostimulants for all growers
Plants for Plants is a plant-based biostimulant that undergoes meticulous control at every stage, from sourcing to the final product. With a commitment to organic principles, it offers a natural solution that is safe for users, consumers, and the environment. Following a rigorous food-grade process, Plants for Plants ensures optimal quality and sustainability in agricultural practices.

Amidst the ongoing dry weather conditions in Europe, growers face the challenge of water scarcity and drought stress. It is precisely during this critical period that the power of Plants for Plants becomes indispensable. Our range of plant-based biostimulants, including Plants for Plants 4-Good, 4-Vita, and 4-Terra, is specifically designed to enhance Water Use Efficiency (WUE), optimize nutrient uptake (NUE), and fortify plants against drought-related This project is co-funded by the European Union's LIFE Programme under Grant Agreement LIFE18 ENV/NL/000043 stress. By incorporating Plants for Plants into their cultivation practices, growers can harness nature's potential to combat drought conditions and achieve resilient, productive crops.

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