Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies, a Canada-based fertilizer provider named after the pagan goddess for Spring, has raised $13m from a consortium led by Wheatsheaf Investments, set up last year to invest in food water and energy technologies by UK property manager Grosvenor Estate.

This round of funding also included Fredric “Fritz” Corrigan, Ostara chairman since November, and existing investors, venture capital firms VantagePoint Capital Partners and Frog Capital.

In May last year, Ostara, which has been part of waste water…

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