Our Story

Where Innovation Meets Sustainability

We’re reducing agriculture’s carbon footprint, ensuring a greener future.

Our journey started with a vision to transform agriculture and lead the charge in sustainability. At N2OFF, we're at the forefront of pioneering an innovative solution for farmers and fertilizer companies striving to reduce their environmental footprint. 

Understanding the necessity of mitigating harmful environmental impacts, we've developed a natural technology specifically tailored to significantly decrease nitrous oxide emissions in wheat crops. Our environmentally friendly solution is easy to apply and holds the promise of a cleaner future for all.

Our innovative technology is specifically designed to tackle nitrous oxide emissions in agriculture.

Through a pilot study in wheat crops, we've achieved significant reductions. Scaling our findings to larger fields, we aim to demonstrate substantial emission reductions and empower farmers and fertilizer companies to join the solution.

We created N2OFF so the ozone could heal, agriculture could thrive, and a green world could bloom.

We understand the importance of reducing our N2O emissions without sacrificing crop yields or quality. That's why we've developed a natural technology that significantly reduces nitrous oxide emissions in wheat crops. By adopting our solution, farmers and seed fertilizer companies will be able to unlock a valuable new revenue stream while contributing to a greener future.

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We understand the importance of reducing your carbon footprint without sacrificing crop yields or quality.
That's why we've developed a natural technology that significantly reduces nitrous oxide emissions in wheat crops without adverse effects.

Farmers and seed fertilizer companies can unlock a new revenue stream while promoting a greener future.

By adopting our solution, the industry gains a reliable and natural method for reducing nitrous oxide emissions while generating new revenue through carbon credits.

We're here to assist farmers, fertilizer companies, and the industry in reducing nitrous oxide emissions while capitalizing on carbon credits for a new revenue stream.

Farmers and agricultural companies are utilizing carbon credits to comply with carbon reduction regulations and bolster sustainability initiatives. Participation in carbon credit programs enables them to offset emissions and improve sustainability efforts.

We recognize the importance of crop quality and quantity and are developing a solution that preserves both.

We understand that maintaining crop quality and quantity is essential for farmers' success. That's why we're dedicated to developing a solution that not only reduces environmental impact but also preserves the yield and quality of crops. Our goal is to provide farmers with sustainable solutions that meet their needs without compromising on productivity.

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Our Methodology

At N2OFF, we offer a solution centered around natural, non-GMO, and harmless bacteria. These bacteria consume nitrous oxide emitted from soil and plant roots, especially in agricultural settings, effectively reducing the emission of this harmful gas.

Farmers can introduce these non-GMO bacteria into the soil independently or opt for seed companies to coat seeds with them.

These beneficial bacteria pose no threat to plants, animals, or humans.


The pilot study aimed to isolate N2O-reducing bacteria capable of mitigating N2O emissions from the soil upon inoculation.


They identified several bacteria from wheat roots that could reduce N2O in vitro and examined their genetic potential and activity in different environmental conditions.


Three of these isolates, all carrying the nitrous oxide reductase-encoding clade I nosZ and capable of reducing N2O in vitro, were efficient colonizers of wheat roots. They exhibited different N2O reduction strategies when growing in the root zone, potentially influenced by varying in situ conditions and metabolic preferences.