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Simexco collaborates with RegenX to promote regenerative agriculture, digital transformation, and advanced …

Simexco Daklak and RegenX are joining forces to launch their first program, “Reducing Farming Costs with Microbial Fertilizer,” at the Ea Tan Cooperative in Dak Lak. The project not only brings economic value but also focuses on improving soil quality, thereby increasing productivity, agricultural product quality, and the soil’s CO2 absorption capacity.

This is the initial step in a long-term plan to apply sustainable agriculture models widely in Southeast Asia, contributing to environmental protection against climate change.

Collaborating for a robust regenerative agriculture against climate change.

According to the World Economic Forum, climate change poses increasingly significant challenges for Southeast Asia, particularly as global warming could reach a critical level of 1.5C as soon as the 2030s.

With the aim to address these challenges, Simexco Daklak and RegenX are committed to promoting a sustainable future through regenerative agriculture—a new farming method that revitalizes the ecosystem, optimizes soil biodiversity, and sequesters excess carbon into the earth.

This approach significantly reduces reliance on pesticides and chemical fertilizers, which account for more than 80% of the carbon footprint in agriculture.


The representatives of Simexco Daklak, RegenX, and Ea Tan farmer cooperative


Mr. Nguyen Tien Dung, Director of Sustainable Agricultural Development at Simexco DakLak, stated, “We are always seeking an effective method to improve soil quality and reduce chemical fertilizers while still ensuring output. With the new direction of regenerative agriculture, our collaborative program with RegenX could innovate farming methods for the people, also adding more value for farmers and reducing emissions in the supply chain. This approach lessens the dependence on pesticides and chemical fertilizers – substances that make up over 80% of the carbon footprint in the gardens.”

Moreover, this project promises to bring long-term benefits to farmers by reducing input costs, increasing productivity and product quality, thereby improving the life and income of the farmers at Ea Tan and nearby areas.

Mr. Bao Nguyen, CEO and founder of RegenX, commented, “We guide farmers, helping them adopt microbial organic composting methods to reduce costs, regenerate soil, increase profits, and connect farmers with green finance. The project is committed not only to improving the environment but also to optimizing benefits for farmers, increasing productivity, reducing costs to cope with and adapt to the new economy, climate change, and ensuring food security.”

Launching the campaign with the ‘Reducing Farming Costs with Microbial Fertilizer’ program

Within the framework of the cooperation between Simexco Daklak and RegenX, we are proud to launch the “Reducing Farming Costs with Microbial Fertilizer” campaign at the Ea Tan Cooperative. This campaign is designed to reduce farmers’ input costs through the application of microbial fertilizers, one of the most fundamental bases for regenerative agriculture.

On April 8th and 9th, Simexco in collaboration with RegenX successfully organized the “Reducing Farming Costs with Microbial Fertilizer” event series and training sessions at the Ea Tan Cooperative. The event attracted enthusiastic participation from farmers with 82% of registered attendees present, of which 90% signed up for the composting training program with experts.

The ‘Reducing Farming Costs with Microbial Fertilizer’ program introduction day


On the first day, farmers were introduced to microbial composting methods by experts from RegenX. The event also emphasized the use of the RegenX app – “farmer’s diary,” an important software tool that helps farmers track and enhance cultivation efficiency, with 70% of attendees downloading and activating their accounts.

The second day continued with a training session led by expert Henry from the RegenX team, which included composting activities, free soil testing, and professional advice to improve soil quality. The event not only provided new knowledge and skills to the farmers but also encouraged and supported them in transitioning to sustainable regenerative agriculture.

Following the training on microbial fertilizer production techniques with experts from April to June, the RegenX team will monitor the households, inspect, and provide practical support during the home-based fertilizer production process.

From June to October, after the microbial fertilizers have been applied to the soil, RegenX will conduct evaluations that include soil microbiota tests and monitoring changes in the crops’ nutrient absorption capabilities.

Farmers receive advice and guidance from fertilizer experts

At the end of the harvest season, the collected data will be analyzed to assess the economic effectiveness as well as the environmental impact of using microbial fertilizers.

Based on these results, Simexco Daklak and RegenX aim to expand this model beyond Ea Tan, applying it to other agricultural regions in the area to create a sustainable, environmentally friendly agricultural value chain that brings high economic benefits to farmers.