Heavy metals, this invisible pollution!
Nobody knows the real history of the land he cultivates, and even less so in urban areas. Old agricultural lands, former industrial wastelands, these soils that today serve as a shared garden.
Phytoextraction, an innovative solution for soil remediation
Testimonial: Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte
Everything comes from the earth. At Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte we act in the vineyards as in the cellars to respect nature and protect the biodiversity of the vineyard.
Interview Ludovic VINCENT – Biomede by TLM
Ludovic VINCENT, co-founder of Biomede, was recently interviewed by the Lyon channel TLM – Télé Lyon Métropole at the incubator of EM Lyon Business School. You will find in this video, everything about Biomede: his project, his ambitions, his strategies but also and especially the human adventure that comes from Biomede.
Back to VivaTech 2018
Last May, BIOMEDE was present at VivaTech, one of the biggest events dedicated to technological innovation and start-ups. The Auvergne Rhône-Alpes region has therefore decided to question Ludovic VINCENT, co-founder of BIOMEDE, about his start-up, his innovation and his projects.
Customer Testimonial: Maison Jean Loron
Every year, the search for the vital balance of the vine is a quest. It oscillates between innovative methods in restructured vineyards, and tradition in very old vines known, always in an ecosystem where biodiversity is favored.
Associative gardens, good or bad ?
For some time, consumers have become aware of the impact of their lifestyle on our environment and their daily lives. It is partly from this awareness that associative gardens, also known as shared family gardens, were born.
Copper and its effect on soil life
Copper is a very common metal that is naturally present in the environment: it is therefore necessary for biodiversity. Moreover, for several decades, men themselves have used it immensely in their activities.
Indicator plants, soil diagnostic tool
The use of plants as an indicator of soil has begun since antiquity. The ecological requirements of plants mean that some species adapt to certain environments rather than others.
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