Value Proposition

More Value
to the Soil


Our project starts from the daily analysis of what is happening in our territories.

We live in a border area between large agricultural areas and large industrial settlements where the modern approach to agriculture and livestock farming has improved overall productivity, but has also caused a major imbalance between the resources used and the products obtained.

In particular, we have observed that the development of agricultural anaerobic digesters, which were created to create clean energy, has, however, caused:

• the presence of thousands of barrels and tractors to dispose of effluent on the land, which travels with a product that contains 4% nutrients and 96% water;

• a negative integrated CO2 balance gave the raw materials used and the transport costs;

• the use of large volumes of water, an increasingly rare resource.

Modern agriculture has also impoverished and dried out cultivated land through the use of synthetic fertilisers as well as fungicides, herbicides and chemical insecticides, causing obvious natural soil infertility.
The clearest proof of this is when, after ploughing and tilling the soil, nothing grows except the seeds of the planted crop.

“We recover the water contained in the digestate and transform the remaining solid product into an organic fertiliser.”

The core of our project is based on two different integrated technologies:

1. Recovery of the water contained in the digestate and subsequent transformation of the solid product into organic fertiliser capable of increasing soil fertility in a natural way.

2. Inoculation of the fertiliser with microorganisms and bacteria to generate a biostimulant capable of accelerating the soil fertilisation process and combating crop adversities in a natural way.

Biotechnological research and the possibility of calibrating the process on-demand and just-in-time allows us to produce a custom-made biostimulant for different agronomic needs.
Wrote technology therefore allows:
• Recovering the water contained in the wastewater is returned to the natural cycle.
• Biotechnological valorisation of digestate into biostimulant partially reused at 0 km on the same farm and partially resold in sectors with high added value: professional and hobby gardening.
• Reduce the logistical costs of distributing digestate on land by 90%.
• Reduction of process CO2 related to the just-in-time production and disposal of livestock manure allowing the production of a custom-made biostimulant for different agronomic needs.

“The only way to drastically reduce CO2 is to trap it where it is generated: in the soil.”

It is important to point out that switching to agriculture that uses organic rather than synthetic fertiliser allows the soil to behave like a sponge that stores atmospheric CO2. Large foundations are funding technological processes to reduce CO2 to meet greenhouse gas targets, underestimating the fact that the only way to drastically reduce it will be to trap it where it is generated: in the soil. Our innovative and traditional approach to agriculture will achieve this goal: greater natural fertility, fewer chemicals, healthier agricultural products for human health, and less CO2 emitted into the atmosphere.

In this environmentally virtuous context, business opportunities arise for all participants in the BioBoost project:
(A) Farms will achieve a drastic reduction in costs related to the logistics of spreading digestate, naturally improve soil fertility and earn extra income from the sale of the upgraded digestate.
(B) Wrote will take care of the construction and management of the plants, the biotechnological valorisation of the digestate as a biostimulant, generating a product with a value multiplier x 1,000 (value of the digestate € 1.50/ton - market value of the biostimulant € 1,500.00/ton).

A success for the farms, for Wrote and for the land.