Biofertilizers

Agricultural inputs that contain living microorganisms, which, when applied to seeds, plant surfaces, or soil, colonize the rhizosphere, plant, or adjacent soil region, promote growth by increasing the supply or availability of macro- and micronutrients to the host plant.

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Biofertilizers are an important component towards improving nutrient use efficiency and agriculture sustainability. A growing percentage of consumers desire sustainably or responsibly produced food, and therefore, enabling products like biofertilizers are required for such improvements. For example, soil carbon sequestration is now tied to biofertilizer developers. Despite this fact, many products...

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Lux Research analysts and the Lux Intelligence Engine have added the following recent biofertilizers developments.