Reduced Chemical Impact



Reduced Chemical Impact


Soil Treatment of Organic Enzymes

By maximizing nutrient uptake and reducing fertilizer requirements, it reduces the need for chemicals such as fertilizers, pesticides and fungicides.

Nitrogen

Natural nitrogen is captured from the atmosphere and converted to plant-available nitrogen in the root. Our Soil Conditioner sustains the organisms capable of converting atmospheric nitrogen to ammonium nitrogen in the soil. It sustains free-living nitrogen fixers, which can tap into the 30,000 tons of nitrogen gas over every acre.

Phosphorus

Our Soil Conditioner stimulates and sustains beneficial bacteria which break free insoluble reserves of locked up phosphorus in agricultural soils.

Due to the dynamics of the phosphate ion, all soils with a history of applied fertilizers contain large amounts of insoluble phosphate. Our Soil Conditioner is designed to solubilize these phosphate reserves, thereby reducing the need for additional fertilizer, and the resulting runoff.

In a broader context, the goals of biological agriculture strive to create growing systems and technologies that:

  1. Improve farming yields, and profits
  2. Provide powerful drought resistance
  3. Reduce the environmental impact of modern agriculture, creating a legacy of healthy crops and living conditions
  4. Improve plant tolerance to stress and drought, while protecting people and the environment from detrimental run off, leaching and erosion.


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