The role of Nitrous oxide

Given that around 40% of N2O entering the atmosphere originates from human activities, with the majority coming from soil agriculture, controlling nitrous oxide is seen as essential in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.


Nitrous oxide has a high global warming potential, being 265 times more harmful to the climate than carbon dioxide (CO2).


Nitrous oxide (N2O) has 265 times the heat-trapping ability of carbon dioxide (CO2) over a 100-year period per molecule. That's why it's essential to develop a solution for agriculture to reduce its N2O emissions. By promoting sustainable practices, we contribute to nurturing a thriving planet.

N2O Emission Solution

The pressing need to cut N2O emissions for environmental and industry sustainability calls for action. Our introduction of two natural, non-GMO bacterial strains into the soil achieves this, as shown by our pilot program's 40% reduction in N2O emissions.

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Sustainable agriculture has emerged as a critical component in addressing environmental concerns, ensuring food security, and promoting economic resilience.

With growing recognition of its significance, sustainable agriculture is now at the forefront of government regulations and policies worldwide. Governments are increasingly prioritizing sustainable farming practices to mitigate environmental degradation, combat climate change, and foster long-term agricultural sustainability

Mitigating Climate Change

By reducing emissions from wheat cultivation, we contribute to curbing nitrous oxide's environmental impact. This can be achieved without harming the environment and while maintaining regular, high yields, all without the need for additional equipment on the farm.

Preserving Ozone Layer

Lowering nitrous oxide emissions helps preserve the ozone layer, crucial for shielding the Earth from harmful UV radiation.

Promoting Sustainable Agriculture

By adopting practices that minimize emissions while maintaining or increasing crop productivity, we create a more environmentally friendly and resilient agricultural system.