Here is a fact: soil microbes are critical for plant success in nature. Adopting microbes into cultivation practices is nature’s way, and it is our core concept when developing and producing natural soil amendments. Also, this is one of the best ways farmers can sustainably increase plant quality and yield.
In natural and agricultural systems, there is no decay. There is only rebirth. As a leading producer of organic agricultural products, Norofert knows that plant success is driven by the ecological interactions between plants, microbes, and soil.
The success of organic agriculture is based on the scientific fact that microbes form “Microbial Communities” that work together and function at a higher level than they could alone.
Microbial communities are more powerful and robust than single bacterial species or groups of bacteria that don’t closely interact.
One of the reasons for this true superpower of Microbial Communities is that many soil functional processes require more than one microbial species to complete a process.
In nature, no single bacterial species can complete the whole process. This is why each metabolic product of one bacterial species is handed off to another species to complete the next step, just like the division of labor in an assembly line. This is nature’s way, and understanding this scientific fact is key when we create and develop new agricultural organic products.
At Norofert, ongoing research and lab testing prove every day that creating product formulas based on the power of Microbial Communities leads to developing super-effective products valued worldwide by farmers who are moving back into organic agriculture.