News Article about BioConsortia, Inc.

The “Intel Inside” of Biologicals

A lifelong advocate for the environment, at 25 years old, Marcus Meadows-Smith walked and hitch-hiked across Africa from Cape Town to London. Today, he also owns and operates Great Bear Vineyards, an award-winning winery in Davis, Calif.
(Marcus Meadows-Smith)

The Mosaic Company and BioConsortia, Inc. have extended their agreement

The Mosaic Company and BioConsortia, Inc. have extended their agreement (see 2BMonthly December 2020), and agreed to develop and launch nitrogen-fixing microbial products for all crops, including corn, wheat, rice, fruit and vegetables in China, India, Thailand and Vietnam. BioConsortia’s microbes naturally fix atmospheric nitrogen, converting it to ammonia, and make it available to the crops during the growing season. BioConsortia’s nitrogen fixing microbes are also applied as seed treatments and in-furrow for row crops, and as drench and through drip irrigation for fruit and vegetables.

Farm Journal

BioConsortia, Inc., a California-based company that creates microbial solutions for plants, recently announced plans to register a new wheat seed treatment. The company is currently seeking partners with whom to launch the product.