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Ryan Tracy – Consultant
Tim Mock – Windhorse Farm
Jake Voit – Arteka Companies
Pamela Rainey – Alpine Tree Service, Inc
Conor Davis – California Soils
Thomas Piatkowski – HealthySoil
Mark Thies – Pepperwood Farms
Viveros La Hortaliza – Consultant
Gus Olson – Earthworm Organics LLC
Long Worm Ag
Detect Symptoms of Soil Degradation
The inability of soil to maintain integral structure because of low or imbalanced soil life, leading to movement of the topsoil in water.
Soil structure collapsed upon itself, limiting air and water movement into the root zone, often caused by lack of soil microbiology.
Low H2O Holding Capacity
Low organic matter and poor microbial activity leading to inability of the soil to maintain moisture levels necessary for plant support.
Specifically as related to microbiology, the natural nutrient cycle is ineffective at feeding plants due to low or imbalance microbial activity.
Weeds, Insects, & Diseases
Stressed plants attract high levels of insect pests and disease while weeds thrive due to an imbalanced nutrient cycle and soil compaction.
Benefits of Healthy Soil
Improved Water Use
Living soils increase drainage and water holding capacity by building better soil structure. This reduces runoff and soil erosion, and improves drought resistance.
Efficient Nutrient Cycling
Living soils cycle nutrients through biological processes. As bacteria and fungi break down minerals into forms that the plant can use, fertilizer needs are reduced.
The need for chemicals is decreased, and nutrient availability is increased. There is less disease and water consumption, which means less time spent in the fields.
Reduced Management Costs
As the soil becomes healthier, the microbiology begins to thrive, and the whole system improves. All these factors translate into savings for the farm, and more time with your family.
Know Your Soil Life
It all starts with learning and understanding the role soil microbiology has in plant health.
Test Your Soil Life
Take the guesswork out and
know what your soil needs for your crop to thrive.
Bring Your Soil to Life
From the lab results, boost your soil's microbiology through Soil ProVide® or Soil ReVive®.