From the Field

How Biologicals Build Better Soil

Molly Cadle-Davidson, Chief Scientific Officer at Agrauxine – North America.

This is part 2 of a 2-part series.

What can biologicals do to keep your soil productive?

Trichoderma is one of the first organisms that can survive on what is already present in the soil. Trichoderma plays a large part in decomposition and is beneficial to the soil so that crops can be sustained. Trichoderma is good at freeing nutrients, breaking down organic matter, and improving soils through these activities. Other microbes may be able to serve these functions, but they can be slower or less resistant to harsh or low nutrient conditions.

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