MINSK, 25 March (BelTA) – The Belarusian State University (BSU) will showcase about 20 research and technology projects at the international exhibition Agrofood which will be running from 26-28 March in Lagos, Nigeria, BelTA learned from the BSU press service.
The BSU stand will feature food supplements, vitamin and mineral solutions for food products, veterinary medicines, agrochemicals, including a combined medication of the Volat series for nutrition of fruit and berry plants to promote to their growth and increase productivity, and also improve their quality and prolong shelf life. The Gisinar-M polyelectrolyte hydrogels for pre-sowing treatment of agricultural crops will be display as well. They contain protective and stimulating compositions for plant growth and development. The BSU novelties will include biopesticides for complex plant protection Aurin and Stimul, a series of veterinary biologic products for treatment and prevention of diseases of farm and domestic animals, disinfectants, edible packaging films, and many more.
The exposition will also include biotechnology to produce hypoallergenic dairy foods. It is used in the production of baby food and specialized mixtures to prevent allergies to cow's milk proteins.
Some 140 companies from 21 countries took part in the Agrofood exhibition in 2018.