Plant Health

Proven microbial solutions for today’s farmers

Climate change, limited natural resources and an ever-growing population are putting an increasing strain on farmers and their resources. Against this backdrop, it is vital to find new ways to protect crops against disease and increase yields.

Building on 145 years’ expertise within microbials, we have developed targeted solutions that do exactly that.

In Chr. Hansen Plant Health, we use bacteria to develop and produce natural solutions for today’s farmers. Using our extensive scientific know-how to develop targeted microbial solutions for agriculture, we create natural protection that enables crops – and our customers – to grow.

 

"We have the experience and unique microbial know-how to provide novel technology for today’s growers and consumers."

Mauricio Graber, President and CEO 

 

Enabling crops to grow naturally
We utilize the bacillus bacteria and, as a natural part of the plant microbiome, they are ideal in protecting plants against disease and pests and ensuring robust plants. Our bacterial solutions are also strong root colonizers, creating a physical and biochemical barrier that is particularly effective in preventing such challenges as nematode attacks.

We deliver our strains from our production facilities across the world and we collaborate with some of the biggest players in the industry, engaging in more than 1,000 development projects with customers every year. 


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The power of microbial solutions
Discover how Chr. Hansen Plant Health products are a vital part of our sustainable future.


International production and global reach

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Microbial powerhouse 

Unleashing the potential of good bacteria

Proven products 

Market-leading solutions proven to make a difference

Production excellence 

Global presence and long history of high-quality production

Trusted and committed partnerships

Growing the future of agriculture through collaboration

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