Natural & Organic

The NUBCO company has an agriculture system that uses fertilizers of organic origin such as compost manure, green manure and etcetera. The Nubco company is one of the biggest company which has the most important and useful producing in agriculture organic.

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NUBCO was founded in 2014 to offer biological products that ... .

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NUBCO was founded in 2014 to offer biological products that ... .


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Ashwagandha is an evergreen shrub that grows in Asia and Africa. It is ... .

Black Garlic

Black garlic is simply fresh garlic that has been fermented for a period ... .

Venom Scorpion

The venom scorpions are the most expensive liquid in the world. ... .


The first complete DNA sequence of a eukaryotic genome ... .


The biofertilizer is a substance which contains living micro-organisms ... .

Probiotic Products

Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that are good for you ... .

Sugar Cub Fibres

Sugar is the generic name for sweet-tasting, soluble ... .

Tobacco Cells

Tobacco cells are nongreen, fast growing plant cells which ... .


We specialize in the production of high-quality edible mushroom spawn, catering ... .

Social Responsibility

NUBCO - Social responsibility

Corporated social responsibility takes many different shapes and forms, but is ultimately about contributing positively to society. The most important thing is that our initiative makes positive difference, integrates purpose into the workplace and is relative to NUBCO Company’s mission. The NUBCO is natural and organic farming company founded in 2014 with CSR embedded directly into their business model.

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Black Garlic

Black Garlic

Black Garlic exhibits several advantages when compared with fresh garlic. Thus, it is important...
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Greenhouse Cultivation

Greenhouse Cultivation

The NUBCO Company, expert in design and construction of automated and modern greenhouses. We...
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