LIFE NextFUMIGREEN prepares for the “New Toxic-Free Agriculture” event at the European Green Week

The Tecnova Technology Centre in Almeria dresses up to host the conference “New Toxic-Free Agriculture” on Tuesday, June 18, from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. CEST

This event, led by the European project LIFE NextFUMIGREEN, will address the advantages of using green alternatives to chemical fumigants for the environment

Brussels, May 2, 2024 — Within the framework of the European Green Week, the European project LIFE NextFUMIGREEN will organize the event “New Toxic-Free Agriculture” next Tuesday, June 18, 2024, from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (Brussels time). The conference, which will take place at Tecnova’s headquarters in Almeria, Spain, and will be streamed online, will address the benefits of using natural biopesticides for the environment and health.

The event will feature institutional contributions from the European Commission, the European Parliament and the Spanish Ministry of Agriculture, who will discuss the European vision of the challenges of agriculture and the benefits of natural fumigants. In addition, European funding and the possibility of scaling this project to other European programmes will be explored.

With a budget of €2,758,921.01 from European funds, LIFE NextFUMIGREEN is one of the most notable projects that foresees the improvement of food security as a result of residue-free food, and positive effects on biodiversity and climate change. This conference will be a great opportunity to raise awareness of the great opportunities that exist in the European Union.

For more information about the event and how to participate, visit Event Link:


The European project LIFE NextFUMIGREEN actively promotes food safety by developing natural smokes from plant extracts to control pests in intensive horticultural crops under greenhouses. With the leadership of Fumi-hogar and with the collaboration of the Finnova Foundation; Tecnova Technology Center; B&B Environmental Auditor Advisors; Comercial Química Masso and BrioAgro España, the project has a total budget of €2,758,921.01, 60% co-financed by the LIFE Programme of European funds.


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