Dan Grotsky

Co-Founder, Groundwork BioAg

Scaling Net-Negative Agriculture

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Groundwork BioAg's mycorrhizal inoculants boost plant nutrient uptake, strengthen crop resilience, and sequester carbon to counter climate change.

Groundwork BioAg produces Rootella -- a series of mycorrhizal inoculants that regenerate cropland, allowing farmers to benefit from higher yields, healthier soils, reduced fertilizer use, and premium carbon credit revenue -- without changing cultivation practices. The secret is in the mycorrhiza (my-core-EYE-za), a root-fungi symbiosis that boosts nutrient uptake, improves crop resilience, and sequesters carbon in the soil to mitigate climate change. Mycorrhiza is one mighty fungus, and Groundwork BioAg is leveraging it to generate massive impact for agriculture.

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Founded:

01/2014

Size:

51-100

Product Stage:

Growth

Raised to Date:

$40M+

Funding Stage:

B

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