• Integrated solutions for sustainable agriculture

  • Research in agriculture and environmental experimentation

  • Innovative solutions for Agri-business

Sagea centro di Saggio

SAGEA Centro di Saggio s.r.l. is a private and independent company, providing services in agricultural and environmental Research and Development.

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 is authorized by the Italian Ministry of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies and the Ministry of Health to perform GEP/GLP field and laboratory trials.





15th Symposium Nacional de Sanidad Vegetal (Seville, Spain)

SAGEA will attend at the 15th Symposium Nacional de Sanidad Vegetal in Seville (Spain), from January the 23rd and the 25th. The Symposium de Sanidad Vegetal is a technical – scientific congress to review the latest knowledge and regulatory aspects of the plant protection products. During the Symposium, the introduction of new PPPs in the … Continued

OECD GLP Seminar in Portugal

On 6th December, the Iberian GLP team of SAGEA will participate to the second OECD GLP seminar “Temas atuais em BPL” (Current Topics in GLP), organized by Portuguese Institute for Quality (IPQ) in Caparica, Portugal. The aim of the Seminar is to provide a space for training, information and debate on emerging issues in the … Continued

30° Plant Protection Forum

SAGEA will participate as sponsor at the 30° Plant Pathology Forum, organized by ARPTRA on December 12, at the Hotel Nicolaus in Bari (Italy). Topic of the first session of the conference is “The Challenge of the Future in Plant Protection”, with the points of view of Agrofarma, Assofertilizzanti and Federbio. Then, in the second … Continued