Biological Farming Helps to Utilize "Hidden" Fertilizer
“Biological farming releases unused, (bound) fertilizer 'tied up' in soils which have been used and abused for years...
I've been involved in agriculture for over 40 years now -- farming these fields and involved in crop production for that period of time -- and we have found this product to enhance yields probably more than anything we've done in the last 40.”
-- Ron Small
Corn, Soybean & Wheat Producer,
Knox County, Indiana
Corn growers profit an average of $7 for every dollar spent on biological soil management.*
*According to a 10-year study by the University of Illinois, farmers who incorporated a method for Biological Soil Management on existing farm land were also able to reduce actual nitrogen below the yield goal requirements.
Customers are saying ...
Wheat, Alfalfa & Oats Grower
Bigger Root Systems for Better Fertilizer Utilization
“Biologicals have been a real plus for us. Most of all, I feel like it's made a big difference in the uptake and utilization of our fertilizer.
The root systems in our fields are a WHOLE lot bigger -- and those roots go out and get more moisture and nutrients for us. As a result, we've seen a significant increase in yields.
My only regret is that we didn't find Pro-Soil sooner.”
-- Mike B. Alva, Oklahoma
Soybean, Corn & Cotton Grower
Release Nitrogen and Other Nutrients Tied Up in the Soil
“Pro-Soil released nitrogen fertilizer not being utilized because it was tied up in the soil -- resulting in increased soil tilth, improved crop health and higher yields on our farm despite last year's extreme weather in Oklahoma.”
-- Matt G. Fairview, Oklahoma