Microbial Soil Treatment
Only 7% of the chemical fertilizers applied to crops are utilized by the plants and the remaining 93% is fixed as insoluble inorganic salts. The build-up of insoluble salts is one of the main factors that cause soil to become poor unable to support plant growth. These salts are released in rain water run-off into the environment..
Chemical accumulation causes the natural soil microbes to decline thus further reducing soil viability. Soil microbes are necessary to convert organic and inorganic material into a bio-available form that the plant can use in order to grow and bear fruit. In addition, herbicides and pesticides can accumulate in the soil further damaging the natural soil microbial community.
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Nitrova™ microbes breakdown inorganic salts into bio-available byproducts consisting of fatty acids and humates. Herbicides and pesticides in the soil and other pollutants are broken down into fatty acids, CO2 and water. Nitrova™ microbes will breakdown organic material into soluble forms of nitrogen and phosphorous. Continued use of Nitrova™ restores depleted and damaged soil while reducing the quantity of chemical fertilizer necessary in farming operations.
MICROBIAL TREATMENTS TO REDUCE WASTE AND ODORS FROM LIVESTOCK AND AQUA FARMING OPERATIONS
By feeding Animal Probiotics on a regular basis, you are providing a constant supply of beneficial bacteria and enzymes. This effectively aids in the creation of a more consistently balanced digestive environment leading to lowered mortality and healthier animals promoting weight gain.
After antibiotic treatment, deworming, or psylium treatment, the balance of the gut can be changed dramatically, and feeding Animal Probiotics with our microencapsulated beneficial bacteria would be strongly recommended.
SEPCOR Probiotics can be used on Chickens, Pigs, Cattle, or Sheep with the same beneficial results of healthier animals without the use of antibiotics or growth hormones. These probiotics should be useful in attaining the organic certification.
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