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STARFISH Bioscience featured in Échos Judiciaires Girondins: Towards sustainable agriculture thanks to soil microbiota

In the latest April 2024 issue of Échos Judiciaires Girondins, STARFISH Bioscience is in the spotlight with a captivating article entitled "Soil health through microbiota". This publication highlights our commitment to combating the depletion of agricultural and viticultural land by mapping the bacteria present in soils and developing innovative products.

STARFISH Bioscience featured in Échos Judiciaires Girondins: Towards sustainable agriculture thanks to soil microbiota

The Starfish Bioscience Commitment

At STARFISH Bioscience, we're determined to provide solutions to the major challenges of our time, particularly in terms of food security and environmental preservation. Founded in 2023 by Sandrine Claus, our start-up tackles a crucial problem: the loss of biodiversity and soil fertility as a consequence of intensive agricultural practices.

Together, let's cultivate a better future with STARFISH Bioscience.

Innovation and Impact

Thanks to our expertise in the field of microbiota, acquired in particular through Sandrine Claus' work in the field of intestinal microbiota, we are developing products based on living bacteria to regenerate soil microbiota. These products aim to restore essential soil functions, such as nutrient recycling, water retention and the fight against greenhouse gas production.

Partnerships and Perspectives

Installed in Gironde, STARFISH Bioscience has teamed up with prestigious partners, such as Château La Tour Carnet, to create an atlas of wine-growing soils. We are also part of the incubator Start-up Win de Bernard Magrez, providing us with an environment conducive to innovation and growth.

Vers l'Avenir

We are convinced that it is by acting on soil microbiota, in addition to a change in practices towards agroecology, that we will be able to meet the challenges of climate change and food security. With industrialization planned as early as 2026, we are determined to make Starfish Bioscience a major player in the transition to more sustainable and resilient agriculture.

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