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The website is edited by :
Agrosolutions – 532 260 379 RCS Paris

03 53 13 40 65 –
Simplified joint stock company (SAS) with a share capital of EUR 11,543,596.00
SIREN n° 532 260 379

Head Office :
83 avenue de la Grande Armée
75782 Paris cedex 16


The website is hosted by :

91 rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré
75008 Paris.France


By accessing this site, you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of this agreement. Agrosolutions makes every effort to ensure the accuracy and updating of the content available on this site and reserves the right, at any time, to modify, interrupt temporarily or permanently all or part of the site, without having to inform you in advance.
Agrosolutions makes every effort to provide users with available and verified information and/or tools, but cannot be held responsible for errors, lack of availability of information and/or the presence of viruses on its site.

Intellectual property

The site and all its elements are subject to the applicable legislation on intellectual property (copyright, trademarks, designs and models) and are protected as such.
The site and all its elements (architecture, graphic charter, texts, photographs, illustrations, software, images, animated sequences, sound elements, etc…) are the property of Agrosolutions or third parties having authorized Agrosolutions to use and/or exploit them.
All rights of reproduction, representation and adaptation are reserved, including for downloadable documents and iconographic and photographic representations.
In accordance with the Intellectual Property Code, any reproduction, representation or adaptation of all or part of the Site or its elements, by whatever means, on whatever medium and for whatever purpose, not expressly authorized in advance in writing by Agrosolutions, would be unlawful and would constitute a counterfeiting offence punishable by law.

Protection of personal data

The data collected on the site only comes from the voluntary registration by visitors of their personal data. They are intended for purely internal use and are only accessible to the persons responsible for processing the request within Agrosolutions. They are not subject to any communication, transfer or disclosure to third parties.
Agrosolutions keeps the personal data collected on the site for a maximum period of two years, after which these data are totally deleted.
In accordance with the modified law n°78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to data processing, the files and freedoms, any person has a right of access, correction, opposition and suppression of the data relating to it, which can be exerted constantly while addressing to :

83 avenue de la Grande Armée
75782 Paris cedex 16, France

For more information, see our privacy policy page.

Cookie Usage

Agrosolutions uses cookies to identify you when you log in for statistical analysis.
Most browsers make it possible to erase these cookies from your hard disk, to make them systematically undesirable or to receive a prior warning before they are saved. Simply consult your browser’s instructions.

Hypertext links

The site may contain links to other sites belonging to third parties. These links do not constitute in any way an approval, a validation, an adhesion of Agrosolutions to the contents of these sites nor an association of Agrosolutions with the responsible administrators, authors or hosts of these sites. Agrosolutions does not edit or control the sources, contents or links present on these sites and therefore cannot be held responsible for the content, operation and access to these sites or for any damage or loss, proven or alleged, consecutive or in relation to the use of information, services or data available on these sites.


The present conditions of use constitute the entire agreement between Agrosolutions and the user of the site. You may also be subject to additional conditions of use specific to certain sections that will be communicated to you when you access these sections.
The present conditions of use and the relationship between Agrosolutions and the users will be subject to French law and any dispute that cannot be settled by means of a transaction will be brought before the competent courts of Paris.