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Liechtenstein Group invests in Spanish biotech company NTG

The Liechtenstein Group has entered into a partnership with biotech company Nature Talent Group (NTG), a leading Spanish provider of biological solutions for agricultural and forestry systems. The Madrid-based company undertakes research and development as well as producing and commercializing natural, high-tech, residue-free biofertilizers, biostimulants and bioprotection products which increase crop yields and improve plant bionutrition and immunity. NTG currently operates in more than 40 countries.

The biologicals* solutions market has experienced double-digit growth in the past decade and is expected to maintain this trend for many years to come. This growth is bolstered by the increase in sustainable farming, the need to reduce emissions in the food system, and the regulatory push towards biological solutions in the agricultural and forestry space. Furthermore, the demand for products capable of addressing the increased pressure of abiotic stress – which remains the largest challenge for growers, with over USD 200 billion in global crop losses annually – is driving the demand for alternative input solutions.

'Biologicals' make a significant contribution to sustainable forestry and agriculture and to the production of residue-free food crops. Through its investment in NTG, the Liechtenstein Group is taking another major step in its commitment to future-oriented and sustainable agriculture and forestry.

“We are excited to be investing in NTG, a company with cutting-edge biotechnology and an extensive commercial reach in one of the fastest-changing areas of the agricultural industry. As sustainability-driven investors, we are committed to supporting the growth and development of biological solutions that can help reduce the environmental footprint of the agricultural sector and build more resilient ecosystems. We believe that NTG is the perfect partner for us in this journey”, say Prince Constantin Liechtenstein and Johannes Meran, the Managing Partners of the Liechtenstein Group.

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