Verde Agritech is a pioneering company dedicated to addressing some of the world’s most critical challenges, including climate change, geopolitical security, longevity inequality, and food security. Its four-pillar approach positions Verde Agritech as a leader in sustainable solutions with a significant global impact. 

Verde Agritech endeavors to develop the world’s largest carbon capture project, leveraging enhanced rock weathering to sequester atmospheric CO2, combat climate change, and promote a sustainable future. 

By diversifying the global potash supply chain, Verde Agritech aims to reduce dependence on two primary suppliers, fostering stability and resilience in the essential agricultural resource. 

Through nutrient enrichment and sustainable agricultural practices, Verde Agritech addresses hidden hunger and works to close the longevity gap, ensuring access to essential nutrients for everyone, regardless of socioeconomic background. 

By developing and implementing cutting-edge technologies to increase fertilizer efficiency and agricultural productivity, Verde Agritech plays a vital role in promoting food security and environmental sustainability for future generations. 

Verde Agritech stands out as a forward-thinking company devoted to making a tangible difference in the world. This unique combination of innovation and commitment to creating a more equitable, healthy, and prosperous future for all highlights the company’s significance in the global sustainability landscape.

Our Story

Driving sustainable agriculture

Assessing our resources

Developing our products

Biologicals in agriculture: The game-changer

Starting our operations and growing our business

Where we stand

Looking ahead

Our Team


Chairman of the Board, CEO and Founder


Vice President of Corporate Development


Vice President of Finance, CFO


Vice President of Sales, CRO


Vice President of Marketing, CMO

Luciana de Oliveira Cezar Coelho


Fernando Prezzotto



Independent Director



Verde operates three research labs focusing on Microbiology, Mineralogy, and Agronomy.


Microbiology Lab

The Microbiology Lab plays a pivotal role in driving the ongoing development of new products and technologies. Serving as a central hub for bioprospecting, it is devoted to conducting research and cultivating novel microorganisms. These microorganisms are meticulously studied for their potential application in our Bio Revolution technology, while simultaneously being evaluated for their applicability in other groundbreaking solutions.


Mineralogy Lab

The Mineralogy Lab employs cutting-edge technological equipment to conduct precise physical and chemical analyses across a wide range of materials. The analyses performed in this lab ensure that our products, conceived with advanced built-in technologies, adhere to the most stringent quality control standards.


Agronomic Testing Labs

Over the course of 11 years, we have established multiple agronomic research sites that serve as vital laboratories for evaluating the performance and effectiveness of our products in real-world field conditions. These sites have played a pivotal role in conducting agronomic tests, enabling us to gather invaluable insights and data. This information has been instrumental in driving both the development of new products and technologies and the continuous improvement of our existing solutions.

Verde’s production plants are based in São Gotardo, Minas Gerais State, Brazil

With our current installed production capacity of 3.00 million tonnes per year, we have the capability to capture and offset up to 0.36 million tonnes of CO2 annually.


Plant 1

Plant 1, with a production capacity of 0.6 million tonnes per year, leverages a diverse array of cutting-edge technologies to drive its operations. The integration of Micro S Technology, 3D Alliance, Cambridge Tech, and Bio Revolution plays a pivotal role in elevating the performance of our products, while simultaneously ensuring enhanced efficiency and increased sustainability.


Plant 2

Plant 2, with a production capacity of 2.4 million tonnes per year, is dedicated exclusively to large-scale production. To achieve this objective, Plant 2 leverages the cutting-edge technologie of Cambridge Tech in its operations. This advanced technologie is specifically designed to ensure superior product outputs while optimizing operations with efficient and streamlined production processes.


Bioproduction Plant

Our Bioproduction Plant excels in large-scale production of meticulously selected biological additives, cultivated in our Microbiology Research Lab. These additives are seamlessly incorporated into our products through the Bio Revolution technology.

Mineral Resources


After conducting extensive geological research, including over 40,000 meters of drilling and chemical analysis, Verde commissioned an independent mineral resource and reserve study compliant with the Canadian National Instrument 43-101 standard

This study revealed combined measured and indicated mineral resources of 1.47 billion tonnes at 9.28% K2O and inferred mineral resources of 1.85 billion tonnes at 8.60% K2O, with a 7.5% K2O cut-off grade.

Adhering to the NI 43-101 standard guarantees the consistent mineral composition of our rock and the absence of contaminants.


The state of Minas Gerais, Brazil, is home to this significant geological occurrence

Its strategic location adjacent to key food-producing regions plays a vital role in reducing carbon emissions associated with the transportation and distribution of the rock and fosters a more sustainable supply chain.


From 2017 to 2022, we successfully applied 1.42 million tonnes of our rock to agricultural soils, showcasing the positive impact of its potassium content on soil fertility

Moreover, we possess the capacity to deploy the additional 3.32 billion tonnes from our directly controlled mineral resources in future years.

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Our Impact

Potassium Chloride Replacement

KCl is the conventional source of potassium. Despite its effectiveness as a potassium fertilizer, the production and use of KCl have resulted in significant environmental and social costs.

In Q1 2023, 8,559 tonnes of chloride have been prevented from being applied into soils by farmers who used our products in lieu of potassium chloride fertilizers, totalling 121,201 tonnes prevented since the Company started production.

Mitigating climate change through ERW

With our current installed production capacity of 3.00 million tonnes per year, we have the capability to capture and offset up to 0.36 million tonnes of CO2 annually. In our 50.00 million tonnes production scenario, we aim to emerge as one of the world’s largest carbon capture projects, with a substantial total of 6.00 million tonnes of CO2 permanently removed from the atmosphere each year.

Our mineral resources possess the remarkable total carbon removal potential of 0.40 gigatonnes of CO2.

Forest conservation and reforestation

As part of our dedication to combat deforestation, we have undertaken a commitment to refrain from our products in 218 municipalities predominantly covered by the Amazon rainforest, except for native tree reforestation projects. This commitment encompasses a total area of 2.23 million sq km.

Furthermore, since 2019, we have actively engaged in reforestation initiatives, planting over 30,000 native trees in the state of Minas Gerais. Among these trees, we have prioritized the planting of thousands of endangered species.

Social Initiatives and Community Engagement

We are deeply committed to community development and actively engage in social initiatives that foster partnerships and contribute positively to local communities. Our comprehensive initiatives include support for sports and culture, environmental education programs, daily safety dialogue sessions, monthly awareness campaigns, internal forest fire brigade training, and other projects aimed at enhancing the welfare of both our local communities and employees.


International and Local Certifications