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Regen Ag Lab licenses Biome Makers BeCrop® tech for deeper biological soil analysis

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Regen Ag Lab will utilise BeCrop® technology to enhance services with biological insights on soil nutrient cycling and mobilisation, disease risk, and biodiversity.

California based Biome Makers and Regen Ag Lab announced that the companies have entered into a strategic partnership that will expand biological soil health analyses in North America. The agreement brings together Regen Ag Lab, a laboratory focused on regenerative agriculture, and Biome Makers, a global agtech leader providing soil intelligence with BeCrop® technology, the world’s largest database of taxonomic references of microorganisms.

Regen Ag Lab is licensing Biome Makers BeCrop® soil microbiome standard analysis into Regen Ag Lab’s Haney and conventional soil health analytics services. Regen Ag Lab will utilise BeCrop® technology to enhance services with biological insights on soil nutrient cycling and mobilisation, disease risk, and biodiversity. Regen Ag Lab is opening a wet lab to conduct the soil analysis at their facilities as well as conduct BeCrop® Trials, enabling ag input testing and performance verification.

“We’ve worked with Regen Ag Lab the over the years to provide biological soil analyses. We are thrilled to license BeCrop® technology and strengthen this relationship,” said Adrian Ferrero, CEO, and co-founder at Biome Makers. “I am confident that this agreement will allow both Biome Makers and Regen Ag Lab to position BeCrop® biological soil analyses as the standard for soil health.”

“BeCrop® technology pushes the envelope of biological soil testing, and when coupled with the Haney Test, we see a game-changing opportunity for growers,” said Lance Gunderson, CEO, and founder at Regen Ag Lab. “The pairing of the two tests allows for a deeper understanding of nutrient cycling and uptake potential by the crop through the soil’s biological engine. We are excited about this partnership and the opportunity to offer BeCrop® technology on a wider scale.”

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