Food and agriculture
SoilCQuest is developing a simple-to-use, cost-effective biotechnologies that allow farmers to draw down excess carbon from the atmosphere to deposit long-term in their soils for resilience and agricultural gains. The technology is based around endophytic microbes. These microbes live in a mutualistic relationship with plants and convert plant carbon, derived from the atmosphere, into long-term recalcitrant soil carbon. Delivering microbial carbon capture and storage.