Rovensa Next launches Wiibio, a soil-regenerating biofertiliser with biostimulant properties, that aims to naturally enhance plant development

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Rovensa Next, a pioneering force in sustainable agricultural solutions, proudly introduces Wiibio, a groundbreaking biofertiliser designed to rejuvenate soil health and bolster crop vitality. Developed under the biosolutions arm of Rovensa Group, Wiibio harnesses the power of Bacillus subtilis F1—a carefully selected bacterial strain with proven biostimulant properties—to enhance natural plant growth cycles and promote soil biodiversity. Amid growing concerns over soil degradation and its implications for global food security, Wiibio marks a significant leap forward in sustainable agriculture, offering growers a vital tool to improve yields while fostering long-term environmental sustainability.

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Rovensa Next launches Wiibio, a soil-regenerating biofertiliser with biostimulant properties,
that aims to naturally enhance plant development

· Based on a biostimulant strain of Bacillus subtilis, Wiibio aims to enhance soil microbiota and improve plant development.

· This launch strengthens Rovensa Next’s commitment to helping growers solve their sustainability challenges by the stimulation of the natural plant growth cycle while improving soil health and vitality.

Madrid, 10 July – Rovensa Next, the biosolutions business unit of Rovensa Group, announces the launch of Wiibio, a soil-regenerating biofertiliser with biostimulant properties, that aims to enhance plant developmenti, supporting growers with the stimulation of the natural plant growth cycle by contributing to soil health and vitality.

In Europe specifically, the European Commission estimates that 60-70% of soils are unhealthy, and if we don’t act now, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) estimates that by 2050, 90% of all soils globally will be degraded, threatening our global climate and food security. As part of its commitment to helping customers solve their sustainability challenges, Rovensa Next is leading innovation and research to uncover cutting-edge, and sustainable solutions.

Wiibio is based on a specifically selected biostimulant Bacillus subtilis F1 bacterial strain, which is combined with organic matter and rhizogenic substances enriched with calcium designed to improve the microbial diversity of soil. Introducing this product to Rovensa Next’s holistic portfolio fulfils a strong need to improve soil health for better yield and quality of crops.

Healthy soils, better crops
According to the FAO, healthy soils are the basis for healthy food production and play an essential role in food security. Soils host a quarter of our planet’s biodiversity and help to combat and adapt to climate change by storing and filtering water. However, there are a variety of factors that impact soil vitality, such as the intensification of agriculture, which can create an imbalance in nutrients and directly affect crop quality and performance, to the detriment of growers.

“We know it to be true that soil health has a direct effect on the bottom line for growers.  A diverse community of beneficial microorganisms can improve soil health by promoting organic matter mineralisation, stress tolerance, and nutrient availability. With Wiibio, which is a soil microbiota enhancer, we are providing a biosolution that aims to improve soil health, leading to a more sustainable agriculture and better results for customers,” said José Nolasco, Head of Global R&D Bionutrition of Rovensa Next.

Bacillus subtilis F1 effect on soil and plants
Wiibio is based on a strain of Bacillus subtilis, which is part of the Bacillus genus, a group of bacteria known as a plant-growth promoting rhizobacteria. With its unique composition, Wiibio enhances the soil microbiome by recruiting beneficial microorganisms to the root system and increasing the nutrient use efficiency by improving phosphate solubilisation and iron availability in soil, acting as a growth promoter.

“Wiibio helps to maintain a living, healthy and vitality soil, rich in rhizobacteria. One of our main focuses in R&D has been on microorganisms and how we can use them to create biosolutions that support crop productivity and ultimately the sustainability and profitability of our customers. In this sense, Wiibio is a revolutionary biostimulant that strengths our innovative and holistic portfolio of sustainable solutions that will drive the new era of agriculture,” stated José Nolasco.

This versatile biofertiliser can be used in a wide range of crops and is specifically formulated for soil application during the early to mid-vegetative cycle, as well as post-harvest in perennial crops.
i. This is not a legal classification. This product might not be considered a biostimulant according to local legislation. Contact our Rovensa Next team in your country to know which is the legal classification of this product in your region.

About Rovensa Next
Rovensa Next is the biosolutions business unit of Rovensa Group, creating a holistic platform of innovative products to shape a sustainable future for agriculture and drive its bio-transformation.

The business unit is comprised of more than 2,000 employees around the globe with a sales presence in over 90 countries. Betting on sustainability, innovation, and technical expertise, Rovensa Next unites a global network of 27 R&D laboratories, excellence centres, fields, and greenhouses; 13 production plants; more than 80 partnerships with research centres and universities; 100 R&D and innovation specialists; and a dedicated team of more than 850 field experts.

Rovensa Next aggregates twelve sustainable pioneer Rovensa Group companies, with long and proud legacies in bionutrition, biocontrol and adjuvans management: Agrichembio, Agro-K, Agrotecnologia, Cosmocel, Idai Nature, Microquimica, MIP Agro, Oro Agri, OGT, Rodel, SDP, and Tradecorp. As one business Unit, Rovensa Next will house a balanced portfolio offering growers holistic solutions aimed to guaranteeing yield and performance by promoting sustainable agriculture practices. For more information, go to