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July 25, 2016

Feeding microbes ensures there is enough biological activity to get plant & soil health benefits. Soil microbes are a critical component of healthy soils and disease suppression.  Soil Microbes operate through multiple means to: Improve nutrient availability Reduce root disease Improve water penetration (heavy soiils) & water retention The incidence and severity of root disease...

July 22, 2016

Microbial Diversity Nature keeps plants healthy through diversity Diversity in soil microbial populations is pivotal for nutrient uptake and disease suppression. Soil microbes operate through multiple means, including developing symbiotic relationships with plant roots to protect the plant from disease; releasing nutrients from organic matter and stimulating plant growth; degrading pesticides and toxic substance; fixing...

July 25, 2016

Active Carbon is humic and Fulvic acid. This is the main active component of soil organic matter that can be used by soil microbes as an energy source. Adding active carbon to your crop is the cost-effective and efficient way to get the benefits of organic matter to your crop (multiple research). Why active carbon...

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