Even though Oomycetes resemble fungi, they are not considered to be true fungi.
We utilize the process designated by Dr. Elaine Ingham to assess the diversity of the microorganisms present in our client's soil. In doing so, we can we can identify which microorganism groups are lacking and then develop specific strategies designed to support the emergence of a holistic and functioning soil food web.
We will conduct a soil test as a starting point for our strategic soil restoration plan.
We create a locally-derived blend of organic plan and animal inputs to restore microorganisms to your soil.
We measure results and adapt to soil biology changes by making educated adjustments to the application of inputs.