Cultiv Microbial Inoculants

Plant Stimulation Through Soil Regeneration

Microbial Inoculants Help By Enhancing The Performance Of Any Soil

About Microbial Inoculation

All commercial microbial inoculants are not alike, some microorganisms in the rhizosphere complement one another, working together as a very efficient team while others compete with each other.  The key is to assemble a team of microbial superstars that work well together and have the greatest impact on any specific crop or soil condition. Some beneficial bacteria also produce biologically-active molecules that stimulate plant growth and improve the plants natural resistance to pests and disease.

Microbial Inoculants For Plants
Organic farmers have known for years that healthy soils grow healthy plants, but what makes some organic soils better than others?
The answer lies in the rhizosphere the area closest to the root zone where root cells and microbes interact. Plants cells cannot take up large organic molecules, organic fertilizers and nutrients must first be broken down by microorganisms before they can be taken up by the plant. Vital organic matter and nutrients are often destroyed, depleted, run off or unavailable as a consequence of unsustainable agriculture and the lack of soil biology needed in order to make soil nutrient available.