We are changing the way agriculture eliminates pathogens for a safer and cleaner tomorrow.
US Agriculture is a $133 billion industry. Over 1 billion pounds of pesticides are sprayed annually to mitigate 20-25% average crop losses. Pesticides account for approximately 5% of total farm expenditures.
No More Pesticides
Offer a cleaner, more cost-effective solution to controlling pathogens on our essential crops to reduce the reliance of pesticides.
According to the Environmental Working Group, approximately 70% of conventionally grown produce have traces of pesticides. Industries like cannabis lack access to EPA regulated solutions and lose up to 1/3 of crops to mold and other pathogens.
Stronger Consumer Confidence
Provide an organic alternative to controlling pathogens on crops. Farmers optimize yields and quality and consumers stay healthy.
While pesticides can preserve a harvest, we can't ignore the adverse effects. Storage and improper disposal of these hazardous chemicals increase the risks of contaminating and harming surrounding soil, water, non-target plants, and animals.
Reduce Environmental Footprints
Use our technology to break traditional pest management practices and reduce waste and exposure to toxic chemicals.
Agriculture + Technology + Regulated Markets
Extensive cannabis and technology experience, most recently COO of iAnthus responsible for establishing and scaling operations in 13 states.
BS ME from UNM, MBA from Stanford.
10+ years of experience developing and applying technology to highly regulated water treatment markets.
BS and MS in Materials Science, MBA from MIT.
Experience in M&A, business planning, investments, and asset integration. 5+ years within legal cannabis. Early employee at iAnthus.
BA Economics from UChicago.
Expertise in scaling many commercial crops with 11+ years in legal cannabis and hemp. Helped developed cannabis regulations in several states, including CO and FL.
BS Biology of Plant Science from UCF.
We are providing the benefits of Terra Vera chemistry in several states. Terra Vera has approval in key agricultural markets across the U.S. and plans for further expansion.
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