Good microbes lead to better nutrients.
Soil microbes interact with every nutrient and input in your soil, and have the potential to supply all of your crop’s nutrient requirements. They also contribute to drought and disease resistance, and other important soil functions.
Poor soil microbiology, in contrast, can seriously disrupt the supply of nitrogen, phosphorus and other nutrients, and limit other important soil processes.
Let us help you measure your soil’s biology and understand how you can manage it for increased soil and crop productivity.