Soil probiotics, also called biologicals, microbials, and soil inoculants,
feed and stimulate microbial activity. This natural restoration of the live microbial population signals plants to cultivate the soil and increases nutrient and micronutrient uptake from the soil.
Soil health starts with naturally restoring the microbial activity of the soil.
Soil microbes pull nitrogen and carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and increase the ability of the soil to retain water.
Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF)
AMF establish symbiotic interactions with 80% of known land plants. They have a pronounced impact on plant growth, water absorption, and mineral nutrition, especially during drought conditions.