HEALTHY SOIL, HEALTHY CROPS.
INCREASE MICROBIAL POPULATION IN SOIL TO IMPROVE SOIL HEALTH
Healthy soil is essential for successful crop growth and a healthy ecosystem. Soil microbes, which include bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms, play a crucial role in soil structure formation, nutrient cycling, and carbon sequestration. By enhancing the microbial population in the soil, farmers can create a healthy and productive environment for their crops to thrive.
One way to increase the microbial population in the soil is to buy soil microbes and add them to your farming regime. Farmers can also use a microbial consortium, a combination of different microbes, including soil bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms, that work together to provide numerous benefits to the soil. A microbial consortium can help improve soil health by breaking down organic matter, improving nutrient availability, and suppressing soil-borne diseases and through it diverse composition outcompetes single microbial products.