“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.
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