Expertise in Research, Plant Nutrition and Physiology
University of Turin (Italy), Research Center of Großbeeren (Germany), GPPW Company.
PhD in Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences at the Doctoral School of Sciences and Innovative Technologies at the University of Turin (Italy) and at Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops in Großbeeren (Germany)
Giuseppe Pignata is responsible for training and assistance (technical, agronomic and experimental) for commercial purposes to people and organizations working in the agricultural sector.
In particular, the focus of Giuseppe is on horticultural and industrial crops in Central and South America, Europe, Mediterranean Countries, Middle East and Asia. These activities, conducted both from office and live through travels all around the world, are based on plant nutrition, physiology of the crops and mechanisms of action of the fertilizers in nursery, open field, protected cultivation systems and soilless systems.
Others expertise of Giuseppe include both preparation and customization of commercial, technical and informative material in Italian, English and Spanish. At the same time, the work includes research on the national and international market of new potential customers and partners, whether they are importers, distributors, retailers or direct growers.
Giuseppe has been invited as a speaker at many conferences and seminars for institutions, business companies, organizations and universities.
His cooperation with the University of Turin (Italy) include didactic and research activities.
He is also cooperating with International Scientific Journals for scientific publications.
Giuseppe is a member of the GPPW Academy, focusing on Plant Nutrition and Physiology.
Giuseppe is Italian and has a Bachelor of Science in Food Technology for Horeca obtained at the University of Turin (Italy), a Master of Science in Agri-Food Science and Technology obtained at the University of Turin (Italy) and a PhD in Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences obtained at the Doctoral School of Sciences and Innovative Technologies of the University of Turin (Italy) and at Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops in Großbeeren (Germany).
Giuseppe has worked in Universities and Research Centers in Italy and Germany and for international private company working in the sector of the fertilizers.