We Are Committed To Improving Biologicals & Soil Health

Through PACRIDGE University partnerships our team is on track to have a solution to the Aphanomyces crisis by 2025

Outside of the farming community Aphanomyces is not well known, with very little awareness, but has great impacts to important food supply. Aphanomyces spores can persist for over eight years, leaving farmers unable to grow pulse crops on their land.

Aphanomyces is a serious threat to several pulse crops, including two very crucial members of our global food supply – peas and lentils. Thriving on moisture, the water mold infects the roots of its host plants, eventually leading to irreversible root damage and great yield loss.

Farmer Holding Damaged Roots
Aphanomyces Microscropic

At PACRIDGE, we are committed to solving the problem of Aphanomyces

University Of Regina
University Of Saskatchewan

We are building a path forward with our partners the University of Regina and the University of Saskatchewan.

The data we collect through our True Crops™ technology will contribute to the journey of finding effective solutions.

We see a future of regenerative, sustainable agriculture without the disastrous effects of Aphanomyces, and we are doing whatever we can to get us there.

Connect with us & follow-up our journey as we grow into the future together!

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