BENEFITS OF NATURAL ORGANIC BIO
Aid in replenishing and maintaining long-term soil fertility by providing optimal
conditions for soil biological activity.
Suppress pathogenic soil
Degrade toxic organic
Stimulate microbial activity
around the root system significantly increasing the root
mass and improving plant health.
Increase the available nitrogen for
plants far in excess of their own content by stimulating
the growth of natural soil microorganisms. These soil
microorganisms metabolize nitrogen from the air to
multiply. When they die (some microorganisms have a
life-span of less than 1 hour) the nitrogen is then
released to the soil in a form that is readily available
to the plants.
Interact with other soil
organisms and biodegradable components in the soil to
supply essential nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus,
calcium, copper, molybdenum, iron, zinc, magnesium and
moisture to the plants.
Aid in solubilizing
manganese. Manganese is thought to play a significant
role in both disease resistance and plant growth.
Increase crop yields by both
enhanced growth and by protection because enhanced plant
growth is accompanied by reduced stress and improved
disease resistance .
Initiate and accelerate the
natural decomposition of crop residue turning it into
incidents of fungal disease including pathogens on fruits
Provide protection against disease
associated with numerous fungi. In some environments,
they produce peptides which inhibit the growth of fungi.
In others, through a process know as mycoparasitism, they
grow toward the hyphae of fungi, coil around them and
degrade the cell walls.
Significantly increase yield
and reduce incidents of disease in fruit, vegetables,
root crops, flowers, trees, shrubs, turf, grain
ornamental crops and more.
Provide protection (directly
or indirectly) against Collar Rots, Silver Leaf, European
Canker, Damping Off, Root Infecting Fungus, Die Back,
Dead Arm Disease, etc.
Improve soil porosity,
drainage and aeration, reduce compaction and improve the
water holding capacity of the soil thereby helping plants
resist drought and produce better crops in reduced
moisture conditions. One estimate indicates that a 5%
increase in organic matter quadruples the soils ability
to hold and store water.
Promote the break up
unproductive soil, turning it into a productive growing
Stimulate seed germination
and root formation and growth.
Promote improved drainage.
Improve soil aeration.
Increase the protein and
mineral content of most crops.
Produce thicker, greener and
Produce plants with
increased sugar flavor and nutrient content.
Improve seed germination.
Reduce input costs.
Aid in the development of
root systems that produce stronger healthier plants more
able to resist pests and drought conditions.
Increase soil microorganism
populations which in turn increases the uptake of
nutrients from soil to plants.
Improve oxygen assimilation
Aid in rebuilding depleted
Aid in balancing soil pH.
Aid in reducing soil