As a company focusing on energy and natural resources, PHI Group, Inc. has devoted to providing renewable energy solutions and maximizing investments in natural resources, real estate, and other industries. Since its establishment in 1982, the company has engaged in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) advisory and consulting services.
In January of last year, PHI Group, Inc. has decided to work in partnership with Vietnam Green Agriculture Company, Ltd. (VinaXanh) in manufacturing and selling bio-organic fertilizer products. They announced last January 11 that they have already signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the said company.
VinaXanh uses peptide technology and organic ingredients such as amino acids, peptides, fulvic acid, and organic chelates in formulating bio-organic fertilizers and the products have been successfully approved by the government.
These bio-organic fertilizer products, through its organic ingredients, effectively meet the nutritional needs of different plants. To prove, the products have been used effectively in several plants in Vietnam like the black pepper, coffee, orange, lime, tangerine, grapefruit, jackfruit, dragon fruit, red pepper, tea, rice, etc.
Due to its outstanding results, VinaXanh has won fifteen awards for excellence starting from 2015 up to 2017. To add to its list of achievements, VinaXanh has also been found to be potent against the deadly greening disease, which has affected 80% of citrus trees in Florida in 2016.
Aside from production and marketing of these bio-organic fertilizer products, PHI Group, Inc. also wants to incorporate VinaXanh’s methodologies to their subsidiary Abundant Farm, Inc’s organic fertilizer program in the United States and Romania and combine the special water treatment system of their other subsidiary, the PHI EZ Water Tech, Inc., with VinaXanh’s products for optimization of plant health and production of better crop yields for farmers in Vietnam.
In other news, the Chief Technology Officer of Abundant Farms, Inc., Lam T. Duong, discovered a way to increase plant’s resistance to difficult conditions by incorporating beneficial bacteria, resistant fungus, bionematicide fungi, and micronutrient-rich organic ingredients to bio-organic fertilizers. This discovery could further improve plant health and eventually yielding high-quality crops.