Biofumigation consists of using the compounds that emanate from the decomposition of organic matter to reduce the inoculum of pathogenic organisms that inhabit the soil. INTA San Pedro has been a pioneer in the solarization technique that consists of the use of solar energy for soil pasteurization, and since 2003 it has been carrying out a long-term trial where the biosolarization technique that combines the two practices mentioned biofumigation and solarization. This low-cost technique is an alternative with low environmental impact for the rational management of intensive crops. The researchers involved in the development of biofumigation broaden their gaze towards the effects of its application on the physical and physicochemical properties of the soil, and the role of biofumigants as service crops. In addition, the use of local waste and from the farm itself allows progress in the application of the circular economy in the management of intensive crops.