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 Crop Residue Degrader

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BENEFITS

Increase soil fertility

Increase nitrogen content

Saves labor

Saves wear on equipment

Plant no-till easier

Increse soil microbial content

                 is a liquid solution of bacteria extracts in the form of enzymes and fungi.  These ingredients go to work on dead and decaying material to further break it down into useable nitrogen and other nutrients for the soil. There are ZERO harmful chemicals, which means no left over residue or 

 

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Hemp

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Ligninase  

Speed up the redding process and cut down on processing time.

Compost

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Speed up the redding process and cut down on processing time

Corn Stover

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Reduce stalks faster to turn into useable nitrogen while saving time and wear on your equipment. 

Great for no-till practices!

Residue

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Ligninase  

Speed up the redding process and cut down on processing time

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Healthy, microbe-rich soil thirstily absorbs water, minimizing run-off and standing water. Better yield, drought resistance, and nutrient uptake are just the short-term benefits of using BioMantra Soil.  The long-term includes healthier soil that is more disease-resistant for stronger crops. 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 and carbon.

BioMantra Root has mycorrhizal fungi, along with other bacteria and humic acids, to help roots dig deeper and be more fibrous This allows carbon and moisture to stay in the soil.  

BioMantra Seed can be mixed with any type of seed to help with uniform germination. Studies show that even a 24-hour delay in germination across plantings can decrease crop yields by up to 18%.  

Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF)
The Role of Fungi in Healthy Soil

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.

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Arbuscular Mycrrhizal Fungi (AMF)

Learn more about how AMF can help plants survive and recover from droughts!