Bacterial Biostimulation

An effective, natural and sustainable solution.

Soil Biological activity

An indicator of the good health of your soil

PGPR Probiotics

PGPR (Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria) are bacteria in the rhizosphere that benefit plant growth and health.

These bacteria have a beneficial effect on the plant via a multitude of mechanisms: they are involved in the mineralization of organic matter, the nitrogen cycle, the availability of phosphorus and also in the regulation of root growth.

Functions of PGPR :

Our approach

Selection of locally adapted bacteria to improve efficiency.

Bacteria, like all living organisms, develop in specific environments. Products containing living organisms must be developed for the soil and climate that correspond to the origin of these micro-organisms. For each region there is a bacterial solution.

Selection of bacterial functions:

Each bacterium has the ability to perform one or more functions. The selection of bacteria according to their functionality allows us to offer general or targeted biostimulant products depending on the problem.

Our R&D work

Our scientific team is currently selecting bacteria and developing bacterial biostimulants in a variety of pedo-climatic zones :

The objective: To create a bank of bacterial strains of interest that can respond to the specific cultivation problems of each of these environments.

Analysis of the biological functioning of soils

Our innovative approach is based on the development of procedures for assessing the functional capacity of active soil microbial communities.

These analyses allow us to precisely and quickly understand the resistance and resilience of soils to change or disturbance.

Functions of biological measurements :

Assess the capacity of the soil to perform its functions

Assess its ability to feed crops

Accurately manage the quality and quantity of inputs.

Our approach

Soil is a living entity that is a nutritional resource for plants.

As with all living beings, micro-organisms breathe. We measure the gases released by micro-organisms present in soils to determine the active biomass diversity of the micro-organisms.

These biological measurements enable a rapid evaluation of the capacity of the soil to perform its functions.

Our R&D work

Determining the level of soil quality and recommending methods for restoring it.

Through various research programmes, these analyses have led to the development of tools and methods to improve farming techniques and promote high flow organic practices.


Benefits for the environment

All of these innovations are intended to improve practices in the face of major contemporary environmental challenges.

By trapping CO2:

Our biostimulant products promote plant development and, by extension, carbon storage

By reducing the use of chemical inputs:

The use of chemical fertilisers or pesticides can unbalance the carbon cycle in the soil and harm soil fauna and flora, thus contributing to the depletion of soil organic matter.