Michael Key, CEO Impello Biosciences, recently returned from the BioAg World Congress in New Delhi, India. There he spoke about an emerging biostimulant market in a rapidly developing cannabis industry. Click the link to learn more.
"Boutique is always going to have a place, but it's not the fast track to get cannabinoids to the mass market. To get to that we have to do more industrialization," said Michael Key, chief executive officer of Impello Biosciences".
Tribus Microbes and Innate Fertilizers were both recently recognized as USDA BioPreferred products. Impello Biosciences continues to meet the high standards set forth by the USDA Secretary of Agriculture.
"This is really important for our organization as we continue to deliver sustainable products to agriculture markets around the United States" said Michael Key, CEO of Impello Biosciences. He went on to say "in order to create a more sustainable future we need to reduce the applications of petroleum based products, and increase the use of renewables resources which will allow us to reduce adverse environmental impacts that we see today".
Offering renewable products means that Impello produces goods that are inexhaustible and readily replaced. Impello strives to set the standard for sustainable and effective agriculture solutions. This marks another step in fulfilling that promise.
Impello Biosciences was one of four companies selected to present at the 4th Annual Colorado Fruits and Vegetables Growers Association Conference. The organization will be speaking at the produce innovation tech pitch on February 20th, 2018.
The CFVGA attracts close to 300 particpants at its annual conferences, including over 35 exhibitors and more than 40 of the most innovative grower businesses.
Impello will be proposing its own ag tech solutions to meet the pressing demands and challenges of growers throughout the state of Colorado.
For more details on the 4th Annual CFVGA Conference please visit https://cfvga.org/.
"Chemical pesticides are a threat for the environment and all kinds of life on earth. The use of biological control agents like bacillus is the safer and more sustainable alternative."
"Plant biostimulants contain substance(s) and/or micro-organisms whose function when applied to plants or the rhizosphere is to stimulate natural processes to enhance/benefit nutrient uptake, nutrient efficiency, tolerance to abiotic stress, and crop quality."
Beneficial bacteria are known for increasing yields in various crops, but did you know that these bacteria are reducing the amount of fertilizer needed? Check out the attached article and learn how these bacteria are making agriculture much more sustainable.
Researchers from the Department of Microbiology, at Annamalai University in Tamil Nadu, India publish article in the African Journal of Agricultural Research.
Doctoral student at Northern Arizona University leads a scientific team in analyzing how beneficial rhizobacteria can help plants with drought stress.