Skip to content

Tag: Fertilizer

Liquid Fertilizer has less Nitrogen run-off

Liquid fertiliser study finds less harmful nitrogen run-off to Great Barrier Reef Here’s a great article discussing using liquid fertilizer to reduce nitrogen runoff. In this case, they’re protecting the Great Barrier Reef. A link to the complete article is below and yes, I know, the Aussies spell fertilizer with an “s”. Here’s some highlights.…

Biofertilizer – Technology for Enhanced Plant Growth – Bio fertilizer

Biofertilizer – Technology for Enhanced Plant Growth Biofertilizer technology has shown enhanced plant growth in a number of different plants and different soil conditions. Different microbial species can increase plant phosphorus uptake, fix nitrogen, produce auxins (plant growth hormones), and increase availability of other mineral nutrients. Here’s a video showing increase root growth through time-lapsed…

Beneficial Soil Microbes – Plant Benefits

 Beneficial Soil Microbes Beneficial soil microbes cause a number of specific plant benefits. These benefits include; larger, healthier roots, nutrient processing, and secretion of plant growth regulating substances. This post will discuss each of these plant benefits in greater detail. Beneficial Soil Microbes Grow Larger, Healthier Roots There are a number of bacteria that help…

Living Organic Fertilizer

Living Organic Fertilizer OMRI Listed and Processed with Natural Trace Minerals and Beneficial Microorganisms Living Organic Fertilizer is a innovative, OMRI listed, biologically active fertilizer manufactured by Mighty Grow. Made from poultry litter and processed with live beneficial microbes and trace minerals, this revolutionary product is an all purpose, premium fertilizer. Living Organic fertilizer is…

Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria

Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria   Great review article about plant growth promoting bacteria. The link, citation, and author are below. The author believes, as I do, that in the not to distant future, plant growth promoting bacteria, PGPB, will begin to replace chemicals used in agriculture, horticulture, environmental cleanup strategies, and even in home gardening.…

Sustainable Agriculture Four Differences

Sustainable Agriculture Four Differences between Conventional and Organic Farming Practices   Sustainable agriculture is the topic. This is an sustainable agriculture articles originally published by RedOrbit under the title Understanding the Benefits of Organic Food. In  the article an advocate of sustainable agriculture discusses his 4 differences between conventional and organic farming practices.   The Top…

Living Organic Fertilizer Press Release

Living Organic Fertilizer Press Release This a unique organic fertilizer containing beneficial soil bacteria, beneficial soil fungi, trace minerals and has a 4/3/4 NPK value.Living Organic 4-3-4 Bulk Label Living Organic Fertilizer: Is water insoluble so the nutrients don’t wash away. Contains NPK AND beneficial microbes. You get two great products in one package. Contains…

Fungi Reduce Need for Fertilizer in Agriculture

Beneficial Fungi in Agriculture This is a great article about using beneficial fungi to reduce fertilizer usage in agriculture. Although from 2011, the idea to reduce the use of traditional fertilizers is still in its infancy. The use of beneficial Fungi in agriculture is becoming more and more popular. Although this article mainly covers mycorrhizal fungi,…

Solving Golf Course Problems with Biologicals

Solving Golf Course Problems with Biologicals   Historically, golf course problems depend on their location. However, two problems occur at almost all courses; the cost of fertilization, and water. The costs to fertilize golf courses continues to rise and there is no end in sight to these price increases. Along with increases in the price…

Biological Soil Amendment Enhance Productivity

Biological Soil Amendment Enhances Productivity Biological soil amendment, like Custom B5 and Custom GP, are scientifically formulated to restore soil productivity and promote plant growth. They are perfect for food crops, turf, trees, and ornamental flowers and shrubs. Fertile soils contain a large number of beneficial microorganisms. These microbes process fertilizers making essential nutrients and minerals…