What we Do

Agricultural Biotechnology Company

Terragen Biotech Pty Ltd (Terragen) is an Australian agricultural biotech company.

Our technology is based on naturally occurring micro-organisms and targeted to have a big impact on global agriculture.

We harness the power of the natural world, while reducing reliance on chemicals and antibiotics, for the benefit of farmers and the environment.


Mylo® and Great Land® are our commercially available products. Growing sales in Australia and New Zealand validate the technology platform.


Scientific rigour is at the heart of what we do. Our research programme and product pipeline is developing new biocontrol products to address major animal health and crop protection problems.


With advanced technology and field experience, Terragen Biotech’s solutions aim to create game-changing opportunities by addressing unmet needs in agriculture and helping farmers in the profitable, sustainable stewardship of their natural resources - soil, water and air.


Farmers leading the adoption of biologically sensitive practices will reap the benefits of better physical, financial and environmental performance of their farm businesses – inspiring change on a large scale.

Industry News & Latest from Terragen Biotech

'Science with Impact' Award!

8 October 2018
Terragen Biotech was recently advised that a joint project with the School of Veterinary Science at the University of Queensland (UQ) has received financial support from the University’s ‘Science with Impact Fund’.

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A smashing avocado yield result for Great Land!

18 July 2018
Significantly higher yield benefit of 10% was recorded for avocado trees treated with Great Land in a field trial at Costa Group's 'Avocado Ridge' farm in the Bundaberg region, Queensland. Harvested in May 2018, the yield gain translated to incremental revenue of $6,250 per hectare, after costs.

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Future Food Asia Awards Outcome

25 May 2018
Of the ten finalists, there were two Australian companies. While Terragen had a stunning presentation and, by all accounts, showcased technology that excited a large number of attendees of the awards, it was CropOne, makers of biodegradable plastic ground films (and the other Australian company among the finalists), that won the award. Without a doubt, the CropOne product can make a very significant short-term difference to the environment.

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