Veracetics is still committed to generating knowledge by investing in research, developing new products and improving existing ones to bring the best Aloe vera to the market.
Recently, Veracetics has signed a collaboration agreement with the Department of Physiology, Genetics and Microbiology of the Complutense University of Madrid (Campus of International Excellence), to finance a Research Project on the improvement of the cultivation of Aloe vera.
In this Agreement, the roadmap of an investigation that will improve our Aloe is reflected.
It has long been known that the productivity of crops depends on the properties of the soil, which can be improved through contributions of amendments, tillage … These properties influence the physiology of the plant, the productivity and quality of crops.
This research, using the latest advances in the field, is aimed at improving the cultivation of Aloe vera in Spain, to obtain an increase in production and to improve the quality of the juices obtained from these crops.