Biological farming systems are based on sustainable, ecological soil management practices which maintain and replenish soil fertility by providing optimum conditions for soil biological activity. The starting point for this is a full soil analysis.  The aim is to “feed the soil and the soil will feed the plant” but this can only happen in a balanced biologically active soil.

At the cornerstone of a healthy soil eco-system is humus which influences and is influenced by every other aspect of the soil. Building soil humus improves chemical and physical properties as well as the biological health. There are several million organisms that live in soil and in the rhizosphere. These organisms, which include bacterial fungi, protozoa, nematodes, mites, springtails and earthworms, perform a complex array of fertility maintenance tasks.

Each group of organisms interacts with each other and the plant, and it is these interactions which form the basis of the Soil Foodweb. Most of the micro-organisms contribute directly to humus formation and the release of nutrients from organic matter.

Some of these organisms have other roles in soil, such as breaking down crop residues, cycling nutrients, protecting the crop from diseases, as well as fixing nitrogen from the atmosphere. There is no doubt, that some of these bugs can turn the odds to our favour when applied to the crop. We offer many solutions, which will solve many problems in farming, using natural processes and smart management.

Our soil specialists can help you to reduce input costs, increase yield and crop resistance to adverse factors while restoring soil health for the future.