Martignani can be introduced as a result of the short story of a long passion, dedicated to the development of a cutting-edge technique for a more efficient, cost-effective and more environmentally sustainable protection of plants, while respecting the health of agricultural workers and agricultural food products consumers.
This story began in 1958 when Claudio Martignani, founder and today co-owner - with his son Stefano - of the Company that bears the same name, presented and began to spread in Romagna, the Italian homeland region of Sangiovese wine, particularly devoted to wine production and fruit growing, the first pneumatic blowers with low water volume, resulting from a joint initiative of expert Dutch plant pathologists that dates back to 1946.
Martignani continues on one's way, introducing first in Europe the Electrostatic Spraying System (1981), the only one tested in Italy and abroad with phytotherapeutic results.
Already established in farming practiCe with thousands of vine and fruit-growers throughout the world, it represents one of the most important contributions towards progress in research into new solutions able to optimize application techniques.
These innovations, regularly subjected to University Field Tests with published phytotherapeutic results, have been awarded in the most important international competitions as "Technical Innovations", creating trend among other manufacturers.

MARTIGNANI EAST COAST DISTRIBUTOR: Mr. Mario Raul Ramos Morera Mob. +1 305-336-7081

MARTIGNANI WEST COAST DISTRIBUTOR: Mr. José Sanchez Mob. +1 559 779 8703

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Address: Via Fermi, 63 - Zona Industriale Lugo 1
City: S. Agata sul Santerno (RA)
State: ITALY

Country: Italy

Zip: 48020

Phone: 0039 0545 23077

Website: www.martignani.com

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