Chair: Prof. Dr. Manfred G. Raupp; Stutensee & Loerrach, Germany
Madora manages international trading with Eastern Europe and central Asia as trader and consultant, organising projects and creating marketing and staff training plans. Madora scientifically tests the ability of liposomes, microorganisms, plant extracts and natural minerals to induce plant resistance to disease and pests, as well as researching plant activators for their ecological and yield potential.
Tasks: Leader of WP10 with Expertise in bio-effector patent and marketing issues. Responsibilities are training and public dissemination of BIOFECTOR outputs; collection, exchange, arrangement, linkage and dissemination of new information from current BIOFECTOR research activities and the general web-presentation of the project; development of new channels for public dissemination and marketing of BIOFECTOR project outcomes. Installation of an open information data-base on application fields and effectiveness of bio-effectors in agricultural production in close cooperation with FIBL Projekte.
Dr. Peter Hartman
madora GmbH (Germany)
BIOFECTOR 2012-2017 funded by the European Commission within the 7th Framework Programme | Grant Agmt. No. 312117