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Loam is using the world’s smallest organisms to solve the world’s biggest problems.

Loam works with 4.5 billion years of evolution to address the climate crisis.

Microbes have changed the composition of our atmosphere through earth’s history. At Loam, we are ensuring these organisms can do it again. Through a better understanding of how microbes influence the carbon cycle, we can create new planetary-scale opportunities for carbon sequestration and improve agricultural productivity.

After years of product development, Loam is launching carbon seed inoculum's for barley and canola crops, with significantly higher levels of stable soil carbon being built in these cropping systems. With multiple microbial products in development across commodities, Loam is working with growers to deliver high performing carbon projects in existing farm systems.

Panel Members,  (from left) AgFunder, Nicole Robinson, Michael Dean - Omnivore, and Louisa Burwood-Taylor, AgFunder - LYRO Robotics, Mark Kahnat at the AgFunder report launch in Singapore

Green opportunity: Asia-Pacific investments geared to tackle climate change

The Asia-Pacific bucks global venture capital decline, with India surpassing China as the powerhouse in the first half of 2022, and farm tech deals doubling in the region. Here Louisa Burwood-Taylor breaks down AgFunder’s 2022 Asia-Pacific AgriFoodTech Investment Report, and Tegan Nock of LoamBio, an Australian microbial tech startup, digs deep into the rich opportunities for farmers to decarbonise our planet.

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