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Nano.T® Technology

Small, mobile and effective liquid fertilizers

Nano.T® technology has been developed to produce liquid fertilizers containing nanoparticles in colloidal suspension. The processing of material having a dimension inferior to 100 nm allows to have a unique product on the market which helps to avoid deficiencies and chlorosis in a new way.

Thanks to the nanoparticles composing it, once applied, Nano.T® does not precipitate in the soil and remains available to the plants, reaching the root system through soil pores (mass flow).

Once in contact with roots, Nano.T® easily solubilizes, thus favouring its nutrients to be absorbed.

Nano-fertilizers are


Nano.T® fertilizers have a dimension inferior to 100 nm
10 times smaller than a bacterium
1 metre: nanometres (one billionth of a metre)


Nano.T® fertilizers are in water colloidal suspension
They spread easily within the solution in the soil thanks to its porosity


Nano.T® fertilizers have a high nutrient efficiency
at low dosages

High ratio surface/volume: it increases the contact surface between the roots
and the fertilizer, helping dissolution and absorption

Traditional fertilizers vs. Nano.T®

What are the real differences between the new Nano.T® technology and traditional fertilizers?

Traditional fertilizers

  • Active at limited pH ranges and employable only in some soils
  • Not promptly assimilated, it requires more energy from the plant for absorption
  • Reduced effectiveness if in contact with ultraviolet light, ozone, heat etc.
  • Greater environmental impact: not retained by the soil, therefore subject to leaching and losses in groundwater
  • Reduction of nutrient availability to the plant, in particular calcium, magnesium, and other metals
  • Red-brown colouring of water


  • Active at 1-10 pH range and in any type of soil
  • Promptly assimilated by roots
  • Active in any type of temperature and light conditions
  • Minor environmental impact: retained by the solid particles of the soil and not subject to leaching
  • Controlled release according to plant need
  • Phosphorus intake
  • Not captured by filter systems of water recycling
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