Gaïago : Involving farmers in innovative soil revitalisation practices

Exhibitor

GAIAGO

https://gaiago.eu/

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Team

Anais Maillet
Charles Vaury
Aurélie Montalbetti
Césarine Guesdon


Location

Summary

Gaïago is focused on providing innovative solutions - based on selective microbiology activation - primarily on soil revitalization. We offer Ag inputs and services to put the soil back at the heart of agriculture with agronomic, economic and environmental benefits among which carbon sequestration is high on the agenda. Our goal in joining the Fair of the 4p1000 Initiative on the theme of Soils for Food Security and Climate is to create exchanges about the importance of soil revitalisation for the agro-ecological transition and the pragmatic ways to achieve it.

Presentation


Gaïago offers products and services to put the soil back at the heart of agriculture with agronomic, economic and environmental benefits. We bring a notion of global approach to agronomic ecosystems. As an expert in soil and plant prebiotics and probiotics, Gaïago supports the agro-ecological transition for all types of agriculture.


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Videos

Gaïago - Revitalising our soils 
This short video will also be presented before the Q&A session with Charles Vaury, Head of Marketing at Gaïago on Tuesday May 4th. Should you want to access it first to prepare your questions, click on its title!  

Vidéo used before the Q&A (subtitled in English) : Francis Bucaille - Les dessous de Gaïago... - click on the picture to access

May 5th's Q&A with Francis Bucaille, co-founder of Gaïago now also available on YouTube

Further information

Gaïago's 2 founders, both from the agricultural world wish to provide concrete solutions for farmers and their soils. With this pragmatic vision, we intend to scale up soil revitalisation and carbon sequestration. Hence... 

Partnerships

Clients / Target group

...We would gladly converse with any stakeholder of the agricultural, the soil revitalisation and the carbon sequestration worlds. 

Established collaborations and partnerships

Up to date, we have set up solid partnerships with Greenback, Unilasalle, Gembloux, Sayens, Danone, and others...

Desired collaborations and partnerships

... and are highly interested in any organisation willing to discuss, share about &/or engage in soil revitalisation and carbon sequestration. We wish to hear about your projects, your vision, your feedback and any good practices you'd be willing to share!

Time for discussion (Video Chat)

During the indicated periods, one of the team members is available for a chat.

Due so schedule incompatibilities, we did not arrange for any chat sessions. You may however reach out to us for any information inquiries at the following e-mail addresses: 

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Events


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16:0001:00Presentation of Gaïago and soil revitalisation solutions followed by a Q&A session. Animated by Charles Vaury, Head of Marketing at Gaïago. 

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86949480927?pwd=UDYxTkU5Mkwxb2JVRVBjSFdKQWpSUT09 Code : 319582

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16:0001:00Explanation of Francis Bucaille's (Co-founder of Gaïago) vision of soil revitalisation : history, stakes and prospects,  followed by a Q&A session.

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85171987577?pwd=SXA5V0d5R3ZpN3ZBS3pHL3Z5eWdzZz09 Code : 427702

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4 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    Hi all, 

    We just wanted to make you aware of our activities at the stand 114 (Stand 114). We are presenting today our mobile VR app LIFE AMDRYC4. It is available for IOS and ANDROID (https://apkpure.com/es/life-amdryc4/com.UMU.LIFEAMDRYC4 or https://apps.apple.com/es/app/life-amdryc4/id1540739695) and you can also play through the web application at our official site (http://lifeamdryc4.eu/aplicacion/). The application is available in 5 languages (Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, French and English) and allows you to simulate the effects of agricultural practices on the soil productivity, and CO2 emissions. We would love to have your feedback on this and we are happy to answer any question you may have about the LIFE AMDRYC4 project.

    Maria Jose Martinez (Research Coordinator), Carmen Perez Sirvent (Research Coordinator), Manuel Hernandez Perez (VideoGame Designer and Project Manager). 

  2. Thank you for sharing with everyone the work you are doing on soil revitalisation. I would like to invite you to visit our Stand 19 - Agripower Australia, to learn about the benefits that silicon fertiliser has for conservation agriculture, soil and plant health, and carbon sequestration. Please leave a message for us if you would like to meet and talk more! www.agripower.com.au 

  3. Anonymous

    Good afternoon. I am Dr. Nandini from BAIF Development Research Foundation, India. We are representing our work on 'Soil restoration for achieving sustainable livelihoods, climate change adaptation and mitigation' through stand no 37. Please visit our stand no 37 and also join for video chat today between 2 to 3 pm (IST).

  4. Good evening. I am Dr. Nandini from BAIF Development Research Foundation, India. We are representing our work on 'Soil restoration for achieving sustainable livelihoods, climate change adaptation and mitigation' through stand no 37. Please visit our stand and join our event on 18-05-2021 between 14.00 to 15.00 IST.
    The topic for the event is 'Tree based farming system (Wadi)'. BAIF Development Research Foundation in partnership with farming families, has evolved and promoted “Tree Based Farming System” popularly known as “Wadi”. The Wadi model has been widely adopted by more than 0.45 million families in 25 states of India. This has resulted in significant increase in farm income, reduction in distress migration, better nutrition and improved quality of lives of the participating families. The programme interventions have resulted in various environmental benefits including improved biodiversity and substantial sequestration of carbon in soil and wood biomass. This session aims at sharing the details of the Wadi model and our experience pertaining to it.