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Understanding and predicting the impact of climate change (warming, drought, etc.) on soil and plant microbiota is of crucial importance. Planning to exploit microbiota to limit the negative effects of climate change is a necessity. The products prepared by Symbiotechnology respond to this growing demand: "to conserve water and protect plants and vegetation from opportunistic pathologies".

Crops and permeaculture

Creation of symbiotic processes and products adapted to plant cultivation or permeaculture (SYMBIOSOL) in order to optimise a sustainable and eco-responsible production chain. Symbiotechnology enables the creation and development of bionatural treatments to regenerate soil microbiota and thus fight against opportunistic pathologies linked to climate change or pollution of agricultural land.

Valorisation of food co-products

Application of our research in Symbiotechnology to develop value chains for surplus or residual co-products of agricultural and agro-food production (VALMIX process)


The research undertaken by the Symbiotec laboratory has made it possible to develop a symbiotic process to eliminate odour nuisances from the effluents of the agri-food industries (OLFAMIX process). But also, symbiotic products help to rebuild plant microbiota (roots, leaves, seeds...) and thus better resist fungal or bacterial parasites (VICURE, POM'CURE, OLICURE...)
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Environment, Agroecology & Biocontrol

Symbiosis between plants is an age-old alliance. Mycorrhizae are symbiotic associations between soil fungi and plant roots. The host plant transfers organic matter (sugars, proteins, vitamins) to the fungus and in return obtains a better absorption of its nutrients. In nature, plants and trees that grow with a mycorrhizal system are healthier, more vigorous and less prone to environmental stress. The mycorrhizal system is effective when the microbiotic symbiosis is in place.

Restoring the microbiota of our land is essential, it is the foundation of civilisation, agriculture and land use. Without it, it is more difficult to regenerate the water cycle. Soil water is no longer fixed when the microbiota is destabilised because of the treatments inflicted on crops.

The assessment of the water holding capacity (WHC) of a soil depends partly on the quality and quantity of the soil microbiota. Indeed, a symbiotic soil microbiota produces polysaccharides that give the soil more interesting physical properties. For example, a "sponge effect" that improves water retention and a reorganisation of the soil's constituent elements that results in a larger pore space and a more stable structure.
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The soil pore space or porosity is the portion of the apparent volume that is not occupied by mineral matter or organic matter, and is occupied by air or water. Ideally, the total poral space should be 50% of the soil volume. aeration space is required to provide oxygen for organisms decomposing organic matter, humus and plant roots. The poral space also allows movement and storage of water and dissolved nutrients.
By better understanding the functioning of soil and plant microbiota, Symbiotechnology creates symbiotic bioproducts that diversify soil microbiota, improve its resilience and water retention capacity. These symbiotic bioproducts interact positively with plant microbiota (roots, leaves, seeds) to boost natural immunity, retain water and protect against diseases (mildew...).



Symbiotechnology creates and develops symbiotic products from plants or vegetation in order to regain naturalness in agricultural treatments and above all control of the microbial ecosystems present in the soil or on plant organs.


for the soil microbiote
Symbiosol is a liquid concentrate of symbiotic plant extracts from Symbiotechnology. This fermentation is carried out by a specialised KEKOM ferment that unlocks the hidden bioactives of plants to improve the diversity and resilience of soil microbiota. SYMBIOSOL ensures the symbiosis of soil microbiota by producing polysaccharides that increase water retention and aggregation of soil particles.
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for recovery
Valorisation of agro-food co-products (whey, etc.) or surpluses (fruit, vegetables, etc.)
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for vineyards
Limits the use of copper which depletes the soil and restores the microbiota of the leaves for the defence against fungal parasites (mildew, powdery mildew, black-rot, grey rot...).

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odours control
Biological prevention treatment of bad odours caused by food or industrial effluents.
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for fruit trees
Limits the use of pesticides which deplete the soil and restores the microbiota of the leaves for the defence against fungal parasites (mildew, oidium, Botrytis...).
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for olive trees
Limits the use of pesticides that deplete the soil and restores the microbiota of the leaves for the defence against fungal parasites and those brought by insects (flies...).
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Research & Development

Our societies are increasingly confronted with environmental constraints in terms of soil and water. Companies and local authorities have ever-increasing obligations to respect the environment but do not always find suitable solutions. Symbiotechnology products can naturally adapt to environmental constraints and give new lifes to soil and plant microbiota.

"Water is a common good to be cared for, symbiotic products are a source of resilience of soil microbiota which leads to the maintenance of water retention for plant survival" 
Dr. S. Rollan 2022

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