ILSA's Manifesto

FAO defines as sustainable that agriculture which is able to guarantee to “all people, at all times, physical and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food to meet their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life”. This is why the chemical industry of the fertilizer industry is called to give concrete answers and we believe that efficient and sustainable products must come from a just as many efficient and sustainable production, reason why we set ourselves the goal of reducing the environmental impact of every single product and production process. At the heart of our production processes there is the use of renewable raw materials, as well as the valorization of residues and by-products of other productive sectors through "biorefining" processes.


We make efficient products that at low doses allow increasing quality and production yields per hectare even in stress situations, improve agricultural soil fertility and promote a rational use of water resources while fully respecting the environment and the people living in it.


To make our biostimulants and fertilisers we mainly use natural animal and plant derived raw materials coming from renewable sources.


The C.R.A. (Corporate Research Centre) applies «white» biotechnologies that, through the use of enzymes, allow developing products obtained by transforming natural raw materials that contain bioactive substances for plants.


By using industrial processes generally recognised as having low environmental impact, we make products while drastically reducing emissions into the atmosphere and waste production. We are constantly analysing and monitoring the Product Environmental Footprint (PEF) and the Organisation Environmental Footprint (OEF).


The correct use of products and the reduction of the environmental impact from their use also depend on good training and information activities addressed to the distribution system and to end-users.