Creation of the LMH Innovation division, working for all professions within the Group
The primary objective in creating the LMH Innovation division is to develop the Group’s knowledge of microorganisms in Plant and Animal Nutrition. LMH is enhancing its organisational structure in order to better meet the growing needs of all the Group’s employees on the topic of microorganisms, and the division will enable optimised and accelerated innovation in this field.
In Plant Nutrition, its work focuses primarily on our products’ impact on soil microbiology, which is an important topic for the Group. A single gram of soil contains 1 billion microorganisms, and only 1% of them are known to science. There are still vast areas to explore before we understand how our products interact with the soil’s microbial flora and the impact they have on a plant’s nutrition. Biocontrol is another key line of research. Its aim is to protect the plant using natural mechanisms, based on the use of living organisms and natural substances*.
In Animal Nutrition, one of LMH’s notable roles is supporting work on bacterial flora in cattle rumen, as well as on the preservation and quality of silage. The laboratory also takes part in research work related to biogas production from manure or silage.
As such, LMH Innovation enables us to deepen CMI Roullier’s expertise in microorganisms, so as to offer even more innovative solutions in Plant and Animal Nutrition.
The LMH Tests division has two main functions:
- Carrying out quality testing on raw materials, marine and plant extracts, and products from our factories, as well as on the stability and sterility of our formulations.
- Testing the efficacy of the disinfectant and antiseptic properties of a wide range of solutions, as well as carrying out health and safety checks on all sample types (water, straw, etc.).
With the launch of the CMI, new clients have sought its expertise in fields as diverse as the medical and food production industries.
Change of date for the Innovation Awards Roullier 2020 ceremony29 May 2020
In consideration of the current health situation, we decided to postpone the Innovation Awards Roullier 2020 award ceremony. Please note that it will be held on December 11, 2020 (instead of June 24).
Walter Wenzel’s advice, winner of the 2018 Edition25 March 2020
Walter Wenzel (Austria), winner of the 2018 Innovation Awards Roullier, will give you his advice for 2020 Innovation Awards Roullier edition.
Laura Zanin’s advices, winner of the 2018 Edition18 March 2020
As part of the Innovation Awards Roullier 2020, we give you Laura Zanin’s advices, winner of the 2018 Edition.
You asked for it, we did it!26 February 2020
Many of you have contacted us to obtain more information about the contest, the content of the application file, the expectations of the juries and the prizes, asking us for an extension in order to write your application as well as possible.
Crossed glances of experts on the Innovation Awards Roullier 2020 – Pr. Mario Estévez and Pr. Johannes Lehmann14 February 2020
Mario Estévez and Johannes Lehmann are respectively Professor in the department of animal production and food science at the University of Extremadura and Professor of soil biogeochemistry and soil fertility management at Cornell University. As members of the jury of the Innovation Awards Roullier 2020 and experts in their field, they agreed to give their […]
Innovation Awards 2020 - Animal Nutrition Jury members30 December 2019
We are pleased to present you our three jury members for the Animal Nutrition
Innovation Awards 2020 - Plant Nutrition Jury members31 October 2019
We are pleased to present you our three jury members for the Plant Nutrition
New monogastric animal (pigs and poultry) collaboration8 August 2019
In mid-April, the CMI Roullier Animal Nutrition team met with the head of the IRTA* Animal Nutrition, Dr Enric Esteve - along with his team - at the IRTA Mas Bové research centre in Tarragona (Spain) to set up a new monogastric animal collaboration.
New experiments on dairy cows in Spain3 June 2019
In mid-April, the CMI Roullier Animal Nutrition team met Dr Alex BACH, research professor at the ICREA* and head of the department of ruminant production at the IRTA*, and his team on the experimental Spanish farm Blanca From the Pyrenees