About Agrivested

Agrivested, founded by Chad Miller, a South African entrepreneur, focuses primarily on agricultural innovation across the African continent including, but not limited to Mauritius and surrounding areas. We have aligned with global leading producers of revolutionary biofertilizers, non-GMO endo-mycorrhizal inoculants, which play a vital role in plant nutrition, soil biology, and soil chemistry, allowing for the required harvest scale and the enhancement of product yields for a sustainable future. Boasting in excess of 30 years of research and development, our portfolio of products remain of the highest concentration, translating to a cost effective solution when maximising your commercial farming results. Our team remains dedicated to providing and distributing these agricultural solutions to allow for the realisation of your commercial agricultural objectives.

Our Mission

In essence, our mission is to amplify agricultural yields required for population sustainability, nutrition and prosperity.

Produce. Protect. Prosper. Grow tomorrow.

The Groundwork BioAg Story



Groundwork BioAg® was established to build upon this innovation, to scale it to mass production, and to bring it to market. Serial entrepreneurs Yossi Kofman and Dan Grotsky, who were actively seeking such an opportunity at the time, approached Danny Levy, a mycorrhiza production expert originally from Kapulnik’s lab. Together, the three founders set out to revolutionize commercial agriculture – with a microorganism that has existed in nature for over 400 million years. Groundwork BioAg®'s pioneering production method and innovative inoculants are based on over thirty years of research and development conducted under the auspices of Prof. Yoram Kapulnik at Israel’s prestigious national Agricultural Research Institute at the Volcani Center.

Indeed, mycorrhizal fungi have been helping plants to absorb nutrients long before agriculture even existed. Furthermore, the broad scope of benefits of mycorrhizal symbiosis has been well studied and documented over five decades of research. However, modern agricultural methods, such as tilling, sterilization, and application of fungicides and pesticides, deplete mycorrhizae in today’s farms. Restoration of the soil’s mycorrhizal balance is crucial to plants’ ability to absorb the precious nutrients that farmers work so hard to provide.