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Biostimulants in Agriculture | Increase Crop Yields
BY: MICHAEL KEY | JULY 18, 2021 | FACT CHECKED BY: IAN WOODS   Many agricultural workers continue seeking ways to balance crop input and output economics without contributing to climate change. Global warming has dealt undeniable damage to the agricultural sector, despite...
What Are Soil Amendments? Enhance Soil Health For Better Plants
BY: MICHAEL KEY | JULY 8, 2021 | FACT CHECKED BY: IAN WOODS   What Are Soil Amendments?  Think about how much time and energy you’ve focused on preparing your growing plot for the upcoming season. It probably hasn’t included much thought about...
What Are Biostimulants? Improve Crop Yields & Plant Quality
BY: MICHAEL KEY | JULY 1, 2021 | FACT CHECKED BY: IAN WOODS   Balancing the economics of crop input and output is an ongoing challenge for many growers. With the apparent effects of climate change affecting plant growth and crop yields, new...
Microbial Inoculants in Agriculture - Leveraging Technology for Better Results
BY: MICHAEL KEY | JUNE 25, 202 | FACT CHECKED BY: IAN WOODS   Back in 1920, farmers discovered the time-saving benefits of a new piece of equipment called a tractor. In the 30s and 40s, new chemical technology called pesticides improved production....
Sustainable Agriculture: Better for Crops, Better for the Environment
Anyone who actively gets their hands dirty in the soil knows the value of caring for the Earth — but a desire for agricultural stewardship doesn’t always translate to sustainability. From backyard gardeners and large commercial growers, many overlook simple...
Remember Your Roots: Underground Influences for Healthy Plants
BY: MICHAEL KEY | MAY 19, 202 | FACT CHECKED BY: MICHAEL J. DILEGGE   Any dedicated commercial farmer or backyard gardener will spend a fair amount of time walking around their plants, surveying the condition of the leaves, and fruit and...
Super Soil: How to Get a Garden Growing
Seeds or a tray of sturdy starter plants? Check. Water? Check. Sunshine? (Looks up) Check!   What else do you need for a healthy, abundant backyard garden? Of course, you need the most important part of all: balanced, fertile soil....
Bacteria: A Friend to the Gut and the Garden
If you’re trying to stop the spread of a virus, washing your hands helps. But if you want to really protect your health, you may want to think twice about soap labeled antibacterial. Recently, the FDA pulled some antibacterial soaps...
Important notes on Biofuel™ SP and Tribus®
Biofuel™ SP is a unique, one-part plant nutrient that minimizes the amount of labor necessary to maximize the quality and yield of each harvest. Notably, Biofuel SP can be applied from planting through harvest without the need to change nutrients in accordance with plant growth cycles, unlike most conventional fertilizers.
Compost Tea 101: Breaking Down Techniques for Home Gardens and Commercial Farms

It doesn’t matter whether it’s a small plot in your side yard or acres under commercial production, farmers and gardeners want to maximize the yield of whatever is growing. That’s why many people integrate compost tea as an addition to their growth plan.