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Growing Solutions for Healthy Soil

Crop and Soil Testing · Microbial Analysis · Organic Nutrients – Soil Amendments · Biostimulants – Training · Product Testing

Our services, training, and support offer growing solutions for healthy soils and nutrient dense crops. Our solutions are biologically based, environmentally friendly, and climate smart.

Services

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Crop and Soil Testing

Are you adding the right nutrients? We can show you what your crops are missing.

Microbial Analysis

Because sometimes the little things matter most.

Products

Foliar Biostimulants

Deliver beneficial microbes and nutrients directly to your plants.

Compost is an example of a soil amendment that supports biological production

Soil Amendments

Improve soil texture, increase nutrient availability, and optimize water holding capacity.

Need More Information?

Try our online classes, below, or visit our Cornerstones site for articles and podcasts on agricuture, health, and more.

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Online Classes

Learn about soil health, microbial analysis, and more. Study when you want, where you want.


New Solutions For Soil Health Questions

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Research and Development

There are many new technologies on the market. When are they useful? We collaborate with producer groups and researchers to answer questions about how biostimulants may impact crop or soil health.


Cornerstones Content

Growing better food is an important part of building healthy food systems. But is growing good food enough? Explore the broad dimensions of our food systems on our cornerstones blog and podcast. Consider why “ending the fight” by building healthy food systems can build health and prosperity throughout our communities.

Actively Growing Microbial Communities are Key to Healthy Soil

When you embrace biological farming, you put billions of little minions (we call them microbes) to work growing solutions for healthy soils.

These little guys store water in the soil.

They destroy pests.

They emit irresistible aromas that attract pollinators and other good insects.

They work 24/7 without asking for pension plans, paid vacations, 401 K’s, or workman’s comp. 

Their only real demands are that you minimize your tillage, and lay off all those “-cides.”.

– M. Lucero, PhD