Case Studies

Existing Customer Segments and Case Studies:

1. A Napa Valley Winery - Viticulture
2. Golf Course - Turf
3. Almonds, Avocado and Tomato - Agriculture
4. Medicinal Plants -

Our Experience:

Regardless of the industry, we've seen very similar data patterns across the board. Without a sufficient community of microorganisms proliferating in your soil, we find growers of all facets forced to use chemical pesticides and fungicides in order to simulate the work that would otherwise be done by an active microbiological community.

Therefore, we strongly recommend that you start your Soil environment with a rich food source and a symbiotic combination of microbes capable to compete and survive in the natural environment. With a plentiful food source in your soil, our microbes immediately begin their process of break-down to “Slow Release” the horsepower in your soil and make it easily digestible by your plants.

We've balanced soils in both an Indoor and Outdoor growing environments and have identified key differentiators and similarities in these two worlds. Whether Indoor or Outdoor, the best way to address issues is through laboratory analysis that identifies all targets. Target data allows a holistic approach for trouble shooting issues to bringing it all back to balance.

In an outdoor growing environment, it is the “Slow Release” of nutrients to the plant by microbes that stabilizes your plants metabolism. Plants grown under the Sun experience a broader spectrum of light and longer growth cycles than plants grown indoors.

Indoor growing on the other hand, is much more fraught with potential pitfalls. Without the complete spectrum of the Sun, plants must work harder and have a greater support network in order to maintain a formidable immune system. Additionally, Indoor plants generally experience a greater intervention from “Man” with simulated seasonal and environmental changes. Using light and soil additives to accelerate the time-line, growers typically overload their soils with Phosphorous, effectively poisoning the microbial support system. With a lessened immune capability, growers must now enlist pesticides and fungicides to compensate for the dead or weakened microbial community.

With our experience in Indoor gardens, we've established a step-by-step system to ensure a sufficient immune system to withstand the impacts of a drastically shortened growing cycle. In most cases our programs avoids the use of any chemical pesticide or fungicide making the soil ideal for regeneration and reuse.

Our Recommendation:

Begin your soil with a Rich Microbial community to accomplish multiple key goals:

1. It ensures the necessary nutrient transport mechanisms and support system for your plants to establish and maintain an immune system necessary to compete in the wild.

2. With a stronger more fortified immune system and nutrient transport mechanism, your plants are more capable of handling the human intervention of pushing the plant to accelerate it's various stages without crashing it's immune system or poisoning the plant with extreme levels of phosphorous.

3. Soils with rich microbial communities do not require the use of pesticides or fungicides and are best when re-used. The more mature your microbial community, the better your plant's immune and nutrient transport systems perform. The immune and nutrient strength enhance the plants fruit/flower, flavor and quality.

4. Using a combination of symbiotic microbes instead of chemical pesticides and fungicides avoids the presence of latent harmful metals in your soil, rendering it ideal for regeneration and reuse. Regardless of what you choose to grow it is this mature, microbe and nutrient rich soil that provides the optimal foundation for healthiest and highest quality produce without the use of chemicals.