In our last few blogs we have been discussing the importance of soil management, microorganisms and Effective Microorganisms (EM) to soil.
When are you consistently working and re-working your soil, excessive erosion begins to occur throughout the topsoil. Tillage and row-crop production causes extensive soil degradation and can add to groundwater pollution.
The future of farming depends on environmentally conscious practices now – and these practices are focused around microorganisms. An area that appears to hold the greatest promise for technological advancements in crop production, crop protection, and natural resource conservations is that of beneficial and effective microorganisms applied as soil, plant and environmental inoculants.
For modern farmers, it is important for them to understand the benefits of these helpful microorganisms and they should be interested in finding ways and means of controlling these soil microorganisms as a vital component of the agricultural environment.
To further the concept of controlling and utilizing beneficial microorganisms for crop productions and protection, one must harmoniously integrate the essential components for plant growth:
- Light (intensity must be taken into consideration, photopenod, and quality)
- Carbon Dioxide
- Nutrients (organic and inorganic)
- Soil Type
- Soil Microflora
Focusing on these viral interrelationships opens new doors for thought and updated technology for a more energy efficient system of biological production. Preserving your current environment and aiding the natural resources in the soil is your best bet to maintain a healthy soil for years to come.
Contact Pro-Soil today and let’s discuss your options and soil qualities for a better yield year after year.