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Carbon credits can be earned in the agricultural sector through reducing greenhouse gas emissions and enhancing soil-based carbon sequestration, as well as through widespread adoption of farm management practices that replenish the soil. Texas Biotechnology, Inc. is preparing to launch a carbon farming program that will be recognized across the world. This program will guide farmers through the steps of turning regenerative practices into premium carbon credits. Farmers will produce premium carbon credits and get access to a network of international carbon credit purchasers through our relationship with carbon credit companies.
Farmers will be asked to detail their present regenerative practices as well as their past management records and soil analysis for the past years. Then; Texas Biotechnology Inc. will conduct soil tests at each participating farm as part of the program. Based on the soil test results, an optimal treatment strategy can be developed that is customized to each participant.
Regenzym Carbon Credits will be calculated on an annual basis according to the applied regenerative methods and soil test results.
If an activity is verified to have prevented 1 ton of CO2 from entering the atmosphere, it earns carbon credits. 3rd party verification institutes will verify the carbon offset.
Once verified, Credits will be sold each year, based on the verified practices implemented.
Regenzym is a next generation, liquid, bio-stimulant, and a soil catalyst which contains a propriety blend of bacterial enzymes, peptides, amino acids, oligosaccharides, and organic matter.
Regenzym biostimulant products specifically were developed by Texas Biotechnology Inc to meet the UNEP goals in reducing synthetic fertilizers, more particularly Nitrogen, but more importantly address key objectives under the UN Sustainability Goals.
Regenzym contributes to climate change action by firstly reducing Nitrogen loss due to greatly increasing Nitrogen Use Efficiency (NUE), secondly by increasing overall plant growth (more photosynthesis) and root mass, thirdly by enhancing microbial activity in soils.
Root Mass is especially important as the greater root mass, the greater the sequestration of carbon.
Increasing the root mass in soil is an important contributor to building soil carbon as roots contribute 2-6 times the organic carbon of shoots. This is due to the higher amount of lignin in roots protecting them from degradation by microorganisms. As roots grow deeper, microorganisms follow the food source from root exudates, which in turn increases organic carbon deeper in the soil.
Most importantly, however Regenzym addresses the UN Sustainability Goals by offering a superior replacement to synthetic fertilizer, as our products;
• Can increase crop yields and quality;
• Can assist in increasing plant resistance to climate stressors;
• Can improve soil health leading to greater opportunity to increase soil carbon sequestration potential
• Are a cost-effective alternative.
• Regenzym is a certified organic (OMRI and FIBL listed), biological product that aims to improve soil fertility, biological activity, and plant growth.
• Regenzym has unlimited potential to proactively rehabilitate damaged soils by improving soil organic matter storage, increasing water holding capacity, and enhancing nutrient uptake capacity of plants thereby boosting plant growth, yields and ROI.
• Our goal with Regenzym is to eliminate reliance on the usage of chemical fertilizers and agrochemicals, and to strive to be a leader for sustainable agriculture.
• By improving crop yields and quality as well as restoring the health of the soil, we want to boost farmers' incomes in a sustainable manner.
Our ability to feed 9.8 billion people in 2050 in a context of climate change will depend, among other things, on our ability to keep soils alive.
Regenzym is used to grow nutritious food and support the home gardener, large scale, and small holder farmers around the world to improve yields and quality. This directly strengthens local and regional food systems in an environmentally responsible manner.
Agriculture accounts for 70 percent of freshwater use worldwide (FAO, 2017).
Greater food demand, driven by a rising world population, has put further strain on water resources.
Regenzym contributes to improving water management through its product use in fertigation, and best practice crop nutrition management.
The UN FAO estimates that 9 to 10 billion people will need to be feed by 2050. With increasing pressure on dwindling natural resources, the need to provide sufficient safe food for the world’s growing population, means that growers will need to significantly reduce crop losses and food wastage, and increase production yields and outputs. Regenzym biostimulant promotes beneficial microorganisms and enhances plant nutrient uptake, which reduces the need for synthetic fertilizers, thus reducing pollution and our carbon footprint. Regenzym has been part of a major agricultural programme in Algeria. This project highlighted how Regenzym could be used to reclaim desert to generate new agricultural food production that contributed to meeting domestic market demand and export potential.
Climate change is one of the greatest global challenges we face and is a serious threat to agricultural productivity in many parts of the world.
Regenzym is contributing towards the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by offering new organic plant based biostimulants/liquid fertilizer and fertigation solutions to farmers, both conventional and small-holder as well as home gardeners.
Environmental performance is a vital part of our product range.
The use of synthetic fertilizer comes with a risk of runoff, leaching or volatilization, which can cause eutrophication of waterways, or even dead zones in lakes or coastal waters.
Regenzym biostimulant is wholly plant based and enhances the efficiency of crop nutrition whilst reducing the need for synthetic fertilizer. This in turn helps to mitigate risk of nutrient pollution.
Our future is linked to the survival of land ecosystems. Through photosynthesis, plants provide the oxygen we breathe and the food we eat and are thus the foundation of most life on Earth.
Millions of people are currently living on degrading agricultural land.
Historically, the development of resources, mining and agriculture has led to significant land degradation, deforestation, and water scarcity.
A sustainably managed environment is a prerequisite for socio-economic development.
Sustainability is integral to Texas Biotechnology’s core ethos. We believe that our products offer a more sustainable alternative to the existing convention in respect to synthetic fertilizers used in agriculture.
Our mission is to support small-holder farmers and large-scale farmers to restore soil health and sustainably produce healthier, safer and cheaper food.
Our vision is to “cure the earth.”
We believe that “every small- farmer can take climate action – the answer lies beneath our feet, in our own soil.”