Improving soil health to increase ROI

Date:  09/13/2019

“We cannot solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used to create them” Albert Einstein

Regenerative agriculture has become a hot button topic throughout the world.  It moves the soil health needle.  Adoption is gaining speed because of people like Mitchell Hora of Continuum Ag, Liz Haney of Haney Labs, and many others.     

Understanding regenerative principles is the starting point for producers and consumers to consider.  The consumer votes with their food dollars to influence agricultural practices, demanding products produced by organic or ecological means.  This drives the change faster.

Regenerative agriculture practices facilitate the drawdown of excess CO2 through photosynthesis, and by increasing soil health, this also improves farmers’ profitability.  It is important for producers to gather information and adopt these practices to capture premiums in the marketplace - whether it is higher quality grain, fruit or vegetable, or to earn carbon credits, or to satisfy soil health guidelines.  The purchasing of food products is changing.

Pacific Gro products contribute to soil health and the regenerative agriculture movement.  Trials with proven results show how biological inputs can be implemented to improve soil health, which sequesters carbon and reduces input costs. Its dominant fungi food source (fish oil and chitin), high Calcium and amino acids, increase soil aggregation and beneficial microbes.  Enzymes reduce yield limiting soil pathogens, insects, and bacterial infections.      

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