Blog posts tagged with 'soil biology'

Fungi and Nutrient Cycling
Fungi and agriculture are natural partners. Fungi play a significant role in, mining rocks for mineral nourishment, slowly turning them into what will become soil. Fungi in your soil profile means greater mineralization, nutrient recycling, and access to these nutrients for your crop, as well as broader access to water. During times of drought and/or heat stress conditions, fungal expansion can be extremely helpful in supporting crop health offering a buffer to these challenging conditions.
Focusing on Building Soil Health
Studies are providing a better understanding of soil biology and are showing that much better results for commercial growers can be achieved by complementing natural soil biological processes, rather than the traditional agricultural methods which disrupt and damage soil health.
About Organic Lawn Care
Organic Lawn Care - Facts and Fiction: This discussion is intended to help people understand what "true" organic-based lawn care actually is, AND is not. It also provides a bit of history regarding how the traditional lawn care industry came to be, and how the industry is more recently changing marketing strategy to appear to be "organic".