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This week I attended the F&ANext event at the Wageningen Campus. Back in person, this year’s event was focused on the transformation of global food systems, as the urgency to radically transform our food chain grows. The event started with an interesting tour of Wageningen Campus including the World Soil Museum, the NPEC and Plus Ultra II, to … Read more

Reducing agriculture’s impact on climate change

Agrochemicals such as synthetic fertilisers and fungicides are extensively used to improve yield and fight plant pathogens. Synthetic fertilisers are mainly composed of nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium compounds to help improve plant growth and yields. To produce synthetic fertilisers, we rely heavily on our natural resources which are depleting over time, and on exhaustive industrial … Read more

Putin’s penalty for global agriculture

On 24 February 2022, the world stood still and gasped at the news that Russia had begun an invasion of Ukraine, escalating the Russo-Ukrainian War that started following the Ukrainian Revolution of Dignity in 2014. In the morning, Putin announced a “special military operation”, missiles and airstrikes were deployed on Ukraine, followed by a large … Read more

FA Bio appoint Adrian Percy as Non-Executive Director

Dr Adrian Percy FA Bio further strengthen their proposition with the insight and experience of Adrian Percy as NED FA Bio, the revolutionary agriculture microbial discovery and development company, announced today that it has appointed Adrian Percy, one of the world’s top leaders in the agriculture field, as Non-Executive Director. Dr Adrian Percy is one … Read more

Making a positive difference this International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day has been celebrated for over a century, and this year the theme is ‘gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow’. The world will be celebrating women’s achievements, raising awareness against bias, and taking action for equality. #BreakTheBias As a female entrepreneur in the agriculture industry, we can be exposed to stereotypes and … Read more

Promoting plant growth sustainably

Dr Vijayalakshmi Gunasekaran At FA Bio, we are focused on identifying superior microbes with the potential of being developed into microbial products such as biofertilisers, biostimulants and biocontrol.  As the R&D Lead at FA Bio, my mission is to take soil samples captured with our SporSenZ technology, identify active microbes with the potential to become … Read more

Protecting our global food security

Dr Kerry O’Donnelly Weaver It is a well-known fact that as a planet, we need to grow more food. Yet we have less resources to do so, with less fertile land, water shortages and constantly declining yields. The challenge of finding new and innovative ways to secure food for our growing populations is what triggered … Read more

The door is open to a biological farming revolution, but we need to enable transference

FA Bio are studying soil microbial profiles to discover superior biocontrol candidates to reduce the use of chemicals in agriculture In 2020, the European Commission adopted a package of proposals to make the EU’s climate, energy, land use, transport and taxation policies fit for reducing net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030. Achieving … Read more

A new year brings new beginnings …

As FA Bio head into the new year of 2022, we start with a growing team of expert scientists and a renewed passion and drive to identify sustainable farming solutions. At FA Bio we have a pioneering team of scientists who carry out skilled genomic, microbiological and glasshouse experiments. They utilise our innovative technology in … Read more

How FA Bio can help restore the water quality of our rivers

The Environmental Audit Committee has warned that poor water quality in English rivers results from chronic underinvestment and multiple failures in monitoring, governance, and enforcement. In a report published on 13th January, the Environmental Audit Committee found only 14% of English rivers meet good ecological status, with pollution from “agriculture, sewage, roads and single-use plastics … Read more

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