NewLeaf Symbiotics: A Plant Microbiome Company

NewLeaf Symbiotics is an agriculture technology company that discovers, develops, produces and commercializes a new class of safe, sustainable and effective ag biologicals. Our products improve crop health, increase yield and are paving the way towards solving the billion dollar corn rootworm problem.

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Our Focus on a Single Microbiome

Our products are based exclusively on a new class of Ag Biologicals called M-trophs (Pink Pigmented Facultative Methylotrophs) — one of the most abundant types of beneficial native microbes in the world. M-troph technology complements other agriculture technologies and practices and maximizes performance in many areas. 

The NewLeaf proprietary Prescriptive Biologics™ Knowledgebase identifies M-trophs that are especially important for strengthening plants, increasing root mass, improving plant growth and enhancing nutrient uptake for higher yield and better crop quality.

Our Products

NewLeaf Symbiotics commercially offers biostimulant products for corn and soybeans and is currently working on pipeline products for corn rootworm mitigation, as well as biostimulants in high specialty vegetables, like tomatoes and leafy greens, in addition to cannabis.

Terrasym 450 for Corn
Terrasym 401 for Soybeans

Watch our video with Brownfield Ag News to understand how M-troph technology works.

[NewLeaf’s product] biologicals helped us have faster emergence, better growth, earlier growth, and got our rows shaded better and quicker.”
– Steve Johnson; Ames, IA

Diverse and Experienced Leadership

Our company is led by an experienced team of sustainable agriculture professionals based in BRDG Park at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in St. Louis, MO. 33% of our team members have a Ph.D.

Unmatched Depth

Instead of taking a broad look at microbes in the plant biome, we focus all of our research and development on M-trophs. After sequencing thousands of M-troph strains, and following years of broad field trials, we know first-hand how M-trophs provide benefit to a wide range of crops. NewLeaf has the largest genome sequenced collection of M-trophs in the world.

Proven Results

From 2016 to 2019, growers across the country have seen a 3.8 Bu/A average increase in yield and a 71% win-rate for soybeans and a 5.9 Bu/A average increase in yield and a 79% win-rate for corn.