We begin with specifically selected bacteria that have been isolated from highly fertile soils and exhibit the optimum ability to produce the maximum enzymes. They must also be able to adapt to many different soil conditions and provide unique abilities to fix both atmospheric and synthetic (chemical) nitrogen. These organisms are then custom fermented (laboratory grown) under aseptic conditions to provide a pure culture. We blend in the secondary micro-biologic species to insure as wide a spectrum of soil bacteria and fungi as possible to maintain our efficacy.
When this culture is combined with other soil amendments and applied to the soil, indigenous bacteria multiply and grow very rapidly. As the biological health of the soil improves, minerals become more available to the plants and uptake is increased. In the case of nitrogen utilization, volatilization (gaseous escape) is greatly reduced and the leaching (run off and seepage into the water-table) is almost eliminated.
Have you noticed that every year it takes more time and money to produce the same crop you did the year before? After a few irrigations, is the water running off as fast as you put it on due to compacted and tight soil? Are your fertilizer recommendations higher this year than they were last year? PureAg products can help rebuild your soil, improve water penetration and make fertilizers more available.
Our products are fully loaded soil conditioners designed to:
Stimulate biological humus development in all soil types | Aerate soils, increasing water penetration and increase water retention | Reduce clods | Buffer salts | Aid in the decomposition of organic residue | Chelate nutrients for easier plant uptake | Encourage root growth and depth penetration | Help biologically buffer toxic chemicals
Complexing of these products for either direct spray application or fertigation through the irrigation system has a number of benefits. It increases the availability of the nutrients being applied, as well as the plants ability to take in nutrients. The process of complexing is accomplished as certain organic acids, carbons, and enzymes are added to the fertilizers prior to, during, or just after being applied. This process also reduces leaching and increases vitalization of these nutrients, making them more available for the plant.