When we launched our inaugural FoodShot, Innovating Soil 3.0, we made a long-term commitment to building and implementing a new soil operating system. After our first cycle, FoodShot is in a unique position to identify critical gaps in the soil innovation market. Innovating Soil 3.0, Deep Dive, focuses on three soil health innovation areas that have the maximum potential for global impact: Soil Carbon Measurement, Microbiome Functionality, and Rapid Adoption of Regenerative Practices. We invite entrepreneurs, researchers, and advocates to submit for funding consideration their business proposals related to these topics.

Soil Carbon Measurement: Breakthrough advances in mobile, remote soil carbon sensing technologies. Measuring soil carbon more efficiently and less invasively will accelerate establishment of carbon markets and rewards for farmers to provide ecosystem services, such as soil carbon sequestration.

Microbiome Functionality: Breakthrough advances in understanding a...
When we launched our inaugural FoodShot, Innovating Soil 3.0, we made a long-term commitment to building and implementing a new soil operating system. After our first cycle, FoodShot is in a unique position to identify critical gaps in the soil innovation market. Innovating Soil 3.0, Deep Dive, focuses on three soil health innovation areas that have the maximum potential for global impact: Soil Carbon Measurement, Microbiome Functionality, and Rapid Adoption of Regenerative Practices. We invite entrepreneurs, researchers, and advocates to submit for funding consideration their business proposals related to these topics.

Soil Carbon Measurement: Breakthrough advances in mobile, remote soil carbon sensing technologies. Measuring soil carbon more efficiently and less invasively will accelerate establishment of carbon markets and rewards for farmers to provide ecosystem services, such as soil carbon sequestration.

Microbiome Functionality: Breakthrough advances in understanding and harnessing the functional attributes of the soil microbiome. Once these functions and the associated microbial communities are better understood, we anticipate even greater efficacy in microbial inputs.

Rapid Adoption of Regenerative Practices: Breakthrough approaches and tools that radically increase farmer adoption of regenerative soil management. Resources and systems that allow farmers to rapidly adopt and implement better soil health practices are essential to achieving the benefits of a new soil operating system.
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