“Microorganisms” are organisms that can be seen only with the aid of a microscope and that typically consists of only a single cell. Microorganisms include bacteria, protozoans, and certain algae and fungi.
The uniqueness of microorganisms and their often unpredictable nature and biosynthetic capabilities, given a specific set of environmental and cultural conditions, have made them an integral part of solving particularly difficult problems in soil management and biological farming.
Beneficial microorganisms are those that can fix atmospheric nitrogen, decompose organic waste, detoxify pesticides, suppress plant diseases, and enhance nutrient cycling.
Crop growth and development are closely related to the nature of soil microflora (bacteria and microscopic algae and fungi, especially those living in a particular site or habitat) especially those in close proximity to plan roots, i.e. the rhizosphere.
It is difficult to overcome limitations of conventional agricultural technologies without controlling soil microorganisms. To increase and utilize beneficial microorganisms in the soil and cultivate a place for them to grow, it is important to integrate all the essential components for plant growth and yield including light, carbon dioxide, water, nutrients, soil type, and the soil microflora.
Pro-Soil Ag Solutions have shown time and again that we can help farmers improve their soil’s biological health through our time tested soil management products, systems and methods, thereby allowing more complete conversion and uptake of nutrients through the soil.