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A radical rethink is required

A radical rethink of the global food system is required to provide adequate food and nutrition in the continually changing climate. Curbing the carbon footprint of the agriculture sector itself will also be crucial to ensure that food supplies can stretch to feeding over 9 billion people by 2035. Unfortunately, the world’s crop producing lands are decreasing and degrading, with some forecasters predicting up to 20% production loss by 2050.

The effects of climate change are stunting the growth of vital staple crops across the globe. A projected 45% increase of in energy demand by 2030 and the need to reduce Greenhouse Gas emissions will increase energy prices. This will impact directly on food supplies, through increasing running costs of agricultural machinery, processing plants and transport and indirectly through increased costs for energy intensive fertilisers and pesticides. Availability of some key inorganic nutrients (especially nitrogen, phosphate and potassium) will be an issue.

The UN states that 3.1 million children currently die each year as a result of undernutrition.

A unique solution to an international problem

Over 90% of the earth’s surface is currently unsuitable for intensive crop production. ’40% of it is too dry, 21% is too cold, 1% is too wet, 6% of the terrain is too rough and unsuitable soils make up 2% of the land.

40% of the earth’s land surface is “drylands”, which amounts to almost 61 billion hectares of land. It contains 44% of all the cultivated land on the planet, and is home to 2.1 billion of the world’s population. Climate change, which leads to desertification, is attributing to the increase of this figure.

Aquagrain’s unique technology has the potential to enhance the way the human race feeds itself. This allows crops to be grown with a fraction of the water that is usually needed, in environments where they cannot currently be grown, whilst also reducing the impact that farming has on global warming.

Invest in Aquagrain


If you feel you can help Aquagrain financially, get in touch to find out how a donation can supply Aquagrain to some of the poorest farming communities on the planet. If you want to invest in your own future as well as the ‘planets’, check out the ‘investors’ information.


Aquagrain are seeking finance to deliver its international commercial delivery plan.

If individuals or companies are interested in investing in Aquagrain’s global potential, please contact us.

Companies and NGOs

Aquagrain conforms to all current EU regulation, but as a completely new technology, Aquagrain acknowledge there may be regional regulatory issues with manufacturing and distributing organic-based soil improvers.

Aquagrain are seeking international commercial partners with knowledge of the regulatory requirements in their region, as well as those interested in regional manufacture. We are also looking for commercial growers, who can host arid land field trials and horticultural trials, in addition to partners that can aid in global distribution.