Saturday, April 20, 2024
HomeFunding MO-based NewLeaf Symbiotics Secures $45M in Series D Round Funding

[Funding alert] MO-based NewLeaf Symbiotics Secures $45M in Series D Round Funding

MO-based NewLeaf Symbiotics Secures $45M in Series D Round Funding. This round was led by new investor Gullspång Re:food and followed by Otter Capital Partners LP, S2G Ventures, Leaps by Bayer and others.

MO-based NewLeaf Symbiotics Secures $45M in Series D Round Funding. This round was led by new investor Gullspång Re:food and followed by Otter Capital Partners LP, S2G Ventures, Leaps by Bayer and others.

NewLeaf gained tremendous growth over the past three years with its PPFM technology, significantly increasing in product shipments for corn and soy acres.

Read also – Guam-based TeleGuam Holdings Secures $200m Strategic Growth Investment

The market saw NewLeaf’s product-applied footprint increase from approximately 800,000 acres in crop year 2022 to 3.5 million acres in crop year 2023, with a projected nearly 11 million acres in crop year 2024.

With this funding, NewLeaf will accelerate its efforts with PPFM technology and adjacent technologies in the areas of biostimulants/microbial inoculants, biocontrol, nitrogen use efficiency and methane mitigation.

Read also – Ola-based Argonaut Private Equity Secures Argonaut Private Equity Fund V with $500m

Its plans for 2024 include a new EPA-registered biopesticide technology shown to repel corn rootworm in corn plants, new biostimulant technologies for peanut and cotton, and continued research and development around rice yield, nitrogen efficiency and methane reduction impact.

Peter Odemark, Managing Director of Re:food, will also take a seat on NewLeaf’s Board of Directors. “NewLeaf is an ideal match for the Re:food portfolio,” says Odemark. “Farmers across the globe face increasing challenges every season, and PPFM technology can support them in finding sustainable solutions to positively impact the way food is produced. There are still more opportunities to uncover, and we’re thrilled to be a part of the journey.”

Brent Smith, CEO and President of NewLeaf Symbiotics said, “This round of funding is a testament to the science-led, proven performance of NewLeaf PPFM technology, Our team’s strong work positions us for growth and continuous discovery of the capability Pink Performance delivers in the field. We will see this momentum move us into 2024 and beyond through more crops, expanded geographies and increased acreage.”

About NewLeaf Symbiotics

NewLeaf Symbiotics is an agricultural biotech leader that is focused on the discovery, development, production and commercialization of products containing a genus of beneficial microbes that are ubiquitous and naturally symbiotic with plants.

Read also – Massachusetts-based Mobile Pixels Secures More Than $8m in Funding

- Advertisement -
RELATED ARTICLES
- Advertisment -

Most Popular