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The Soil Food Web consists of a wide range of microbes that live in a synergistic relationship with all plants depending on the plant type and its specific needs. Unfortunately, the conventional approach to farming has all but wiped out these beneficial microbe systems but not all is lost as the community of microbes can be cared for and brought back into densities that can help farms attain:

  • Greater Yields

  • Higher Quality Crops

  • Pest and Pathogen Resistance

  • Greater Water Retention

  • No Tilling

  • No Need For Fertilizer

  • Carbon Sequestration

Some of the organisms we can thank for these

crop production benefits are:

  • Bacteria

  • Fungi

  • Nematodes

  • Amoeba

  • Flagellates

  • Worms

  • Microarthripods

  • and lots more