Synergynuts, promoted by the Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, has positioned itself as a professional training and dissemination forum for the goblet nuts sector.

Fede actively collaborates with technology hubs, universities and research centers to transfer knowledge and promote the implementation of innovative digital solutions in the specialty crops sector.

Among these entities there is Synergynuts, a platform of the Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena focused on the cultivation of goblet nuts sector. This platform has been established as a reference forum for specialized training and dissemination in this sector, bringing together experts, companies, organizations and researchers to share agronomic and technological advances focused on this nuts cultivation system.

The platform carries out intense training and promotional activity on crop varieties, nutrition, irrigation, diseases and pests, as well as farm management. All its content is intended to offer practical information to technicians and farmers with the aim of promoting the optimization of these traditional crops towards a more sustainable and profitable agriculture.

Pest control and protection of goblet nuts crops

Fede supports the training activities of Synergynuts by providing its knowledge and experience in the field of the goblet nuts crops protection. Fede’s specialized technicians regularly participate in Synergynuts courses and webinars to present topics related to integrated pest and disease management in this kind of crops.

Fede contributes to the Synergynuts training sessions with digitalization, advanced calibration, selective treatments application content, as well as providing information about air blasts and agronomic management tools such as the Smartomizer Futur H3O, D-Nut and the SCG device, destined to carry out treatments and managing field tasks on goblet nuts crops.

Likewise, Synergynuts is a relevant platform through which Fede can communicate its innovation and sustainability projects such as the LIFE-AIs project, with the support of the prestigious Life environmental program of the European Union (




With the contribution of the European Union’s LIFE Programme, the EU’s funding instrument for the environment and climate action, under grant agreement Project 101074540 — LIFE21-ENV-ES-Life-AIs.

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