Ecosystem

Healthy Soil | Hardy Plants


Helping Regenerate Our Planet's Soil and Atmosphere



Dynamic Ecosystem

Healthy soil contains organic carbon [C] and organic matter that provides food for a strong microbial rhizosphere (Mycorrhizae) Plants thrive in a high microbial environment. Mycorrhizae and other microorganisms, in exchange for carbon energy from the plant, transport nutrients from the soil and feeds it to the plants. The more robust the Rhizosphere, the more nutrient uptake and the more hardy the plant.

Hardy plants have more biomass thus, creating a higher amount of photosynthesis. Photosynthesis makes carbon draw down possible. Carbon Drawdown pulls unwanted carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere(cleaning and preserving the earth's atmosphere) and turns it back into food in the form of sugars for the microbial Rizosphere. They in turn feed the plant and the plant has healthy cell growth, produces fruits and flowers. As a plant grows, through a process called Respiration it returns back to the atmosphere clean air for us to breath.

Healthy Soils and Hardy Plants also produce great tasting fruit, vegetables and grains with higher levels of nutrition for human and animal consumption. They also produce beautiful and colorful trees, house plants and flowers that create a better environment to live in.

Better Life!

Our products are high carbon, high in organic matter and provide organic and mineral nutrition. We also offer mycorrhiza, beneficial bacteria, Plant extracts and plant proteins. Include 100% vegetable based amino acids and peptides. Creating an ecosystem for plants to survive and thrive

Nutritious food and cleaner air to breathe is a bonus!




Organics & Biologicals

Organics Plant foods & Biologicals are derived from living sources. They are and focused on keeping beneficial microorganisms alive in soil so they can develop a symbiotic relationship with plant life. Healthy soils, like a nutrition factory, both survive from and supply plants with the nutrition they need. Applying mineral fertilizer may be important but they should be applied to support a sustainable and healthy soil environment and not as a substitute.


Benefits of Healthy Soil

Healthy soil gives us clean air and water, bountiful crops and forests, productive grazing lands, diverse wildlife, and beautiful landscapes. Soil does all this by performing five essential functions:

Regulating water - Soil helps control where rain, snowmelt, and irrigation water goes. Water and dissolved solutes flow over the land or into and through the soil.

Sustaining plant and animal life - The diversity and productivity of living things depends on soil.

Filtering and buffering potential pollutants - The minerals and microbes in soil are responsible for filtering, buffering, degrading, immobilizing, and detoxifying organic and inorganic materials, including industrial and municipal by-products and atmospheric deposits.

Cycling nutrients - Carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and many other nutrients are stored, transformed, and cycled in the soil.

Physical stability and support - Soil structure provides a medium for plant roots.

Source: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/main/soils/health/