Key projects with Micronising Group involvement
1. Vietnam: Mekong Delta Project, change of the local agriculture to adapt the region to the change in climate, Frame 2018 -2028 Financial impact 3,2 Bil USD
Micronising-Group responsible for agriculture, fertilizer, plant-protection, animal feed, building of 2 production units
Partner: Government of Vietnam, ASEAN, Asian Development Bank (WB) a.o.
2. Sierra Leone: Food security project, to make the country independent from import of rice, rice seeds, frame 2019-2022, 22 Mio USD
Micronising- Group responsible for building up model farm for rice ( fertilising techniques), schooling, production of fertilizer, plant-protection, building up 1 production line, design irrigation systems, decentralised power-system bio mass or solar module with storage of electricity
Partner: BHB Germany, Government of Sierra Leone, African Development Bank (WB) a.o.
3. Egypt: Sand to Green to Gold, transformation of dessert area to agriculture surface, 1,3 million hectares . Volume 4 Bil USD
Micronising – Group: fertilizer, plant protection products, animal feed additive, animal feed production, 12 production lines for agri-products
Partner: Civil section of Military Structure (STCE), Arabian Development Bank (WB) a.o.
4. Cameroon: Fish-supply project and Food Security project as in Sierra Leone, building up farms for rice and corn seeds. Micronising Group responsible for supply of fertilizer plant and know-how from new agricultural supply systems
Partner: Ministry of Agriculture, WB
WB = World Bank
A global solution for the agriculture
A paradigm change in agriculture:
- All 3 major components and their families Plantosverde – Animasanum – Terrasanum will be combined in application of decentralized units
- Same yield or higher by 5-15% to conventional agriculture
- the problems of the traditional agriculture can be eleminated, like reduced fertility, pollution of water etc.
- Own natural nitrogen based complex fertilizer production
- the increase of CO2 contents in the atmosphere can be reduced dramatically by up to 10%.
- the environment problems caused by fitosanitary products and synthetic fertilizer can be healed within 10-20 years
- all countries will become close to independent in respect of fertilizer production and thus independent from import
- all products have low production cost and CO2 emmision
- as all countries will receive individual licence agreements, there will be no more dependence on global players.
- same advantages-results as conventional agriculture but without its disadvantage
- Same yield or higher by 15-25%
- No leaching out of NH3 in water and atmosphere
- reduction of CO2 emission on a permanent basis
- very low cost in production
- decentralized production
- no harm to human, animals and environment when applied
- reduced need of water
- closed-circle agriculture
- re-forresting on large scale possible
- no new dependence on industry
- general improvement of health of the population
- reduction of disease with animals and humans