This week we are recognising one of our microbiology laboratory technicians, Sam Eates, for his 3-year anniversary here at Zayndu Ltd. Head of Biology, Alberto Campanaro, says “Sam has always been a great and key member of my team. His improvement in the last few years has been amazing, both from a quality and precision perspective as well as the […]
Regional recognition for global impact. Zayndu shortlisted second year in a row for innovation award.
January 23, 2023
Bigger, faster growing crops, better flavour and up to 7x more yield with zero agrichemicals is just a few of the reasons why Zayndu’s unique cold plasma technology has been shortlisted for the Food and Drink section of the upcoming LeicestershireLive Innovation Awards.
Increase Yield of Baby Leaves by up to 27% to Combat Energy Spike
December 19, 2022
Growers hit by energy increases could increase productivity with a novel seed treatment. Results from Zayndu show yield increases of 10 – 27% in yield of herb and salad crops and more rapid germination following treatment with its cold plasma systems.
Driving vertical farm productivity – Zayndu CEO to present and host panel at GAIA
October 24, 2022
Vertical farming is attracting record investment, according to a recent report, with technologies such as Zayndu's cold plasma seed treatment system that are directed at producing more per unit of space and reducing the time to harvest – crucial to its success.
World's first International Plant Health Conference
September 20, 2022
Globalisation has created an increased risk for plant health, with the potential for transportation of pests and diseases on fresh produce and seeds. London is to host the World's first International Plant Health Conference 21-22nd September 2022 which will look at current and future plant health challenges and how to facilitate safe trade.
Together with so many across the country and beyond, we at Zayndu feel a deep sense of loss and sadness at the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and offer our sincere condolences to the Royal Family.
Controlled Environment Agriculture in a dynamic world
September 12, 2022
As energy costs increase will Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) be able to compete with open field cultivation? This is a question often asked, but potentially the wrong question as it assumes that vertical farming is in direct competition with broadacre cultivation. This is one of the issues that will be discussed at the CEA event hosted by University of Plymouth.
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