Customers satisfaction being our target, we strive to provide time and cost effective services.
We intend to play a key role in the development and registration of innovative solutions concerning agribusiness in Europe.
Our specialized staff, consisting of more than 70 professionals with diverse abilities and educational background, are able to design solutions through a multi-disciplinary approach.
SAGEA provides its expertise for the development and registration of technical products for agriculture
SAGEA is authorized by the Italian Ministry of Health to perform non-clinical studies of plant protection products.
SAGEA is entirely capable of meeting customers demands related to processing studies.
SAGEA performs ecotoxicological studies to evaluate potential toxic effects of active ingredients, plant protection and biocidal products on non-target organisms.
SAGEA performs studies to evaluate efficacy and hazard potential of biocidal products.
SAGEA provides its customers dossiers for the registration and placing on the market of plant protection products.
Plant Health Biostimulants: from Regulation to Registration Field Trials To promote the International Year of Plant Health, SAGEA Group organizes the first edition of the National Biostimulants Meeting 2020. The event, carried out in collaboration with Federchimica Assofertilizzanti, will focus the on the new European Regulation 2019/1009, that will be applied from July 2022. SAGEA … Continued
SAGEA Group is sponsor of the SIN (Italian Society of Nematology) meeting 2020. The congress is scheduled online starting from 10 a.m. on October 9. The webinar will be focused on the main changes that have taken place with the new legislation on plant protection products and the perspectives in nematology. SAGEA is a key … Continued
Castagnito (Italy), 27 May 2020 – A joint research team involving SAGEA Group, CREA (the national research council for agriculture supervised by the Italian Ministry of Agriculture) and Ferrero Hazelnut Company, carried a wide research on rotten hazelnuts in Italy from 2016 to 2019. Hazelnut (Corylus avellana L.) is one of the most important tree … Continued