Probiotics in soil
What we have seen is as our soil has been treated pretty harshly for the last 100 years, we are seeing a decrease of population of probiotics in the soil. What our probiotics do is that we are actually putting the beneficial microbes back.Now we hear from the company called Locus Agricultural Solutions™ Using fresh, customizable “probiotic” treatments to increase crop productivity from the ground up has quickly become a primary strategy for growers across the country—and the trend is now expanding into organic agriculture. According to Locus Agricultural Solutions™ a USDA survey reported that there are more than 14,100 organic farms in the U.S., which sold upwards of $7.6 billion in certified organic commodities. Market Watch anticipates the organic food & beverage market to continue growing at a 14.8% CAGR through 2022, creating a need for solutions that improve crop productivity to meet market demand.
Dr. Paul Zorner, CEO of Locus AG says “'Probiotic’-based agriculture products have proven to be extremely powerful tools for addressing soil health and crop vitality challenges—especially when delivered through our unique cold chain as high-potency, fresh products—and we believe that every grower should have access to their benefits.”