Do you have data about symbionts or HGT? Do you feel that approach through ecology is better than through GMO or CRISPR? Do you think that its multiple functions (multifunctionality) should be compensated better? You may find yourself placing this call to action (CTA) somewhere on your website. You may also download a form describing origin of your idea by citations and data and plan with call for participation in your project. Expected project topics should balance spontaneous HGT, CRISPR or GMO, and traditional chemistry (fertilisers, pesticides, or drugs).

Call for Projects: Empowering Entrepreneurial Ecosystems for Sustainable Agriculture

We invite you to put your data to a project proposal that harness any new technology using genetic diversity, roles of fungi, horizontal gene transfer (HGT), and symbionts in nutrient fixation and uptake, leading to higher yields and increased resilience. This call aims to reach guaranteed return on investment (ROI) through complementarity of entrepreneurial ecosystems.

Project Focus Areas:

  1. Precision Nutrient Management:

    • Objective: Develop precision agriculture solutions that optimize nutrient application using advanced technologies like GPS-guided systems.
    • ROI Guarantee: Increased crop yield and resource efficiency.
    • Demonstrated Viability: Refer to successful projects implementing precision farming technologies (cite examples).
  2. Biological Inoculants Innovation:

    • Objective: Pioneer new formulations for biological inoculants and biofertilizers to enhance the effectiveness of fungal symbiosis.
    • ROI Guarantee: Improved nutrient uptake and crop health.
    • Demonstrated Viability: Highlight results from projects showcasing the impact of innovative inoculant formulations.
  3. Smart Farming Solutions:

    • Objective: Integrate smart irrigation, IoT devices, and data analytics to optimize environmental conditions for fungal activity.
    • ROI Guarantee: Enhanced water efficiency and increased fungal symbiosis.
    • Demonstrated Viability: Reference successful implementations of smart farming technologies (provide examples).
  4. Genetic Tools for Mycorrhizal Fungi Selection:

    • Objective: Utilize genetic and genomic tools to identify and select mycorrhizal fungi strains tailored to specific crops and soil conditions.
    • ROI Guarantee: Targeted symbiosis leading to improved nutrient absorption.
    • Demonstrated Viability: Cite studies or projects showcasing successful mycorrhizal strain selection.
  5. Blockchain-Enhanced Transparency:

    • Objective: Implement blockchain solutions for transparent record-keeping in agriculture, aiding lobbying efforts.
    • ROI Guarantee: Increased trust, transparency, and improved lobbying outcomes.
    • Demonstrated Viability: Showcase successful applications of blockchain in agriculture (provide references).

Submission Guidelines:

  1. Proposals should clearly outline the project's objectives, methodology, and expected outcomes.
  2. Emphasize the use of technology and genetic diversity to achieve sustainable agriculture goals.
  3. Highlight the potential for ROI based on proportional improvements in entrepreneurial ecosystems.
  4. Include a section on the project's alignment with environmental sustainability and biodiversity conservation.

Deadline for Proposal Submission: Any time as the resilient and sustainable farming ecosystem is evolving.

Selected Projects Announcement: Twice a year in January and July.

Send your name, email, and some data to, or fill data directly to the form at