As agricultural communities across the world grapple with the communication challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the need to share invaluable knowledge quickly and clearly has arguably never been more important.
In response to this need, ICL has set up a free global support network for agronomists and growers. Named AgroPro, this digital platform has been launched to assist the international agriculture community.
This innovative service enables ICL’s international team of agronomists to provide supportive fertilizer management and crop nutrition advice and solutions in a range of different languages.
Maya Grinfeld, head of the company’s marketing department, says: “ICL is active in dozens of countries across the globe. As soon as the crisis began, we recognized that questions were rising from various regions and that world farmers are eager for concrete information to improve crops. For that, we convened the best agronomists from all departments and together initiated the establishment of AgroPro.”
Hillel Magen, ICL’s VP agronomy, adds: “We believe that, at such a time, knowledge is a force that everyone should share.”
Helpfully, this multilingual community enables its members to join groups based on their geographical location – with groups set up for growers and agronomists based in all corners of the globe. Members are also able to follow the agricultural topics – such as turf nutrition and ornamentals – that are most relevant, or of most interest, to them.
Furthermore, the AgroPro team is available for questions 24/7 and works tirelessly to support this innovative venture.
For more information, and to sign up, visit AgroPro.com.