Naturally interested.

It takes good soil to grow good crops. That’s why we have decided to only develop our products in conjunction with specialists and using established expertise. We work closely with university professors and scientists, who run neutral practical tests on our products and write studies on them. This cooperation gives us feedback on practical effective microorganisms uses and ongoing development of the products to improve their efficiency.

This ensures that we always receive the latest and the best expertise and thus we can remain the market leaders in terms of development and research in the field of Effective Microorganisms.

  • Born 1938
  • Doctorate 1970
  • Professor in process engineering since 1978 at Weihenstephan/Triesdorf university, Germany
  • Retired 2002

His main areas of research: technology for organic farming (thermic weed control), electro-chemical food quality (bio-electronic connections between food quality, nutrition and health, confirmed by Redox measurements), treatment process for solids and development of university teaching at state level in Germany.

He has also compiled approx. 100 publications on high school teaching issues, food quality and methanation of diverse biomasses. Prof. Manfred Hoffmann is also the Vice President of the “The German Society for Environmental and Human Toxicology” (DGUHT e.V.) and a scientific advisory board member in various organisations.


Interview with Prof. Manfred Hoffmann

  • Born on 3rd April 1952 in Olpe,
  • Germany. After completing his secondary school certificate and an apprenticeship as a technical drawer, he passed his university entrance examinations in Cologne in 1974
  • From 1975 to 1982 he studied dentistry at the university in Kiel
  • After receiving his doctorate, from 1982 to 1984 he worked on the academic staff in the prosthetics department under Prof. Körber; from 1984 to 1985 he completed his national service working as a staff dentist for the army in Bremen
  • In 1986 he opened his own practice in Ritterhude near Bremen

In 1999 he first heard about the use of Effective Microorganisms, and shortly afterwards starting using them in his practice. In 2003 Dr Schneider gave his first lecture on his experiences of using microorganism technology in dentistry at the international physicians convention during the Festa in Okinawa, Japan.

Since 2003 he has been involved in development of the bioemsan toothpaste range with Multikraft.



Interview with Dr Gerhard Schneider

  • Born 1967 in Fürth, Germany
  • Studied agriculture, specialising in animal production, at TU Munich, graduated 1993
  • Doctorate at the University of Applied Life Sciences in Vienna (BOKU) 1998
  • Since 1994, Institute of Agricultural Engineering in the "Animal husbandry and environmental protection" and "Renewable energies" departments

Dr. Barbara Amon is a member of

  • UN/ECE Control of Long Range Transboundary Air Pollution, Ammonia Expert Group
  • IPCC Expert Panel "Good Practice Guidance and Uncertainty Management in National Greenhouse Gas Inventories"
  • FAO Network on Recycling of Agricultural, Municipal and Industrial Residues in Agriculture (RAMIRAN)
  • Austrian expert committee of the IPPC (Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control), best available practices in pig and poultry farming

Cooperation with Multikraft since 2004 on projects mainly involving reducing greenhouse gases and odours in cattle husbandry using Multikraft products.



Interview with Dr. Barbara Amon

  • Born 14.02.1951 in Candy, Sri Lanka, died 29.08.2014
  • Trinity College, Candy (1958 - 1971) – Ryde Gold Medal 1971 (best all-round student)
  • Graduated in agriculture at the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka (1972 - 1976)
  • Doctoral thesis in plant science and ecology at Massey University, New Zealand (1979 - 1983)
  • Post doctoral work in Canada, Belgium and the UK, Member of the Royal Society
  • Visiting professor at ETH Zürich (from 1993) and the University of Applied Life Sciences in Vienna (from 2005)

Prof. Sangakkara has published over 170 academic papers, 12 of them on the use of Effective Microorganisms in agriculture, which have been published at international conferences (e.g. IFOAM) since 1992.

Since he first experienced micro-organisms being used professionally, especially in organic farming, Prof. Ravi Sangakkara has organised numerous international conferences on the topic of nature farming and works in close collaboration with Multikraft.



Interview with Prof. Dr. Ravi Sangakkara

  • Studied veterinary medicine from 1966 to 1971
  • Animal production and veterinary medicine department, Humboldt University in Berlin
  • Graduated with state examination and degree
  • 1971-1972: Mandatory postgraduate residency training at the East German veterinary medicine testing institute, Berlin
  • 1972: Licensed
  • Academic staff at institute for applied animal hygiene in Eberswalde from 1972 to 1976, including a placement in pig production in Vietnam from March 1974 - Sept. 1976
  • 1977-1993 Academic assistant; later senior assistant at the institute for microbiology and animal diseases at the HU Berlin, TPV department, later in the faculty of veterinary medicine
  • From May 1993 university professor and director of the institute for bacteriology and mycology, University of Leipzig, faculty of veterinary medicine
  • From 2000 Protector for teaching and study at the University of Leipzig

Prof. Monika Krüger works on various series of tests and experiments on the topic of Effective Microorganisms. Her work includes performance studies for dairy cow operations and epidemic research with Effective Microorganisms.



Interview with Prof. Dr. sc. Monika Krüger

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