Manufacturer of organic crop treatment and crop yield products intended to provide global food security while increasing farm income and the livelihood of the farmers. The company’s non-toxic, growth-enhancing formulation developed through extensive nano-molecular biosciences research can be used in the form of seed /soil treatments as well as in foliar spray applications for all crop types of including grains vegetables and fruits to increase natural microorganisms in soil and reduced inputs enabling farmers to achieve improved soil health and increased revenue from yield enhancements.
Advanced Agriculture Bioscience Technology
KGS/GMX began with the idea that no one should go hungry. The Company’s vision is to contribute towards providing global food security while increasing farm income and the livelihood of the farmers
Annual yield growth has remained a challenge for decades and climate volatility is projected to further slow and cause negative yield change in many large producing regions. KGS/GMX Technology can reverse this and brings a generation of yield increases in a single season.
KGS/GMX has developed a non-toxic, crop yield enhancing technology through 10 years of nano-molecular biosciences research. KGS/GMX technology is made available to farms as seed / soil treatments and foliar spray applications with applicability across nearly all crops including grains, vegetables and fruits
KGS/GMX has over 1000+ global field trials including independent research institutions and agricultural universities. These have widely demonstrated across crops, climates, farm size, and cultural practices that KGS/GMX technology can consistently provide a major productivity boost averaging 20%+. KGS/GMX has been vetted by some of the largest commercial farms in Brazil. Trials have also been conducted with major NGOs including the Clinton Global Initiative and the government of Rwanda’s Agriculture Department in Africa. Our work in Africa and India have produced even greater results on average from 20% to even greater than 50% increases in cotton, soybean, maize and vegetables.