Bio.SoilZ is a colorless, odorless liquid that stimulates the microorganisms in the soil to an aerobic metabolism through the application of specific and selective information.

The microbes wake up from the dormant state and start producing oxygen. They start multiplying and colonizing around the roots of the plant. The microbes improve the nitrogen cycle by converting atmospheric nitrogen to ammonia, nitrate and nitrites which are easily absorbable by the plant roots. The Plants use these compounds to synthesize the proteins. As a result, the plants grow faster, become healthier with better immune system.

With Bio.SoilZ, the soil life (microorganisms) is activated in such a way that it leads to an optimal oxygen production that results into a good aeration and good water retention capacity of the soil. It leads to optimal symbiosis between microorganisms and the plants. This creates a strong immune system and the plant is no longer susceptible to pests of all kinds, including Nemathodes.

This improvement in the micro-climate naturally improves the soil health and thus the health of the plants resulting into better yields for the farmers.

The Bio.SoilZ contributes towards the regenerative farming focusing on restoring the Humus layer of the soil that have been degraded by modern agricultural techniques.

Key Benefits

  • Healthier plants
  • Less tillage (less soil compaction)
  • Better aeration
  • Better water retention, thus less Erosion
  • Active soil binds Co2
  • Better availability of vital minerals
  • Longer active growth period
  • Improves soil fertility and its microbiological activity
  • Promotes hormonal and antioxidant activity
  • Improves plants nutrient uptake
  • Stimulates root and plant growth, accelerates seed germination
  • Reduces soil salinisation
  • Raises plants resistance to disease, heat and frost damage
  • Fundamental increase organic matter
  • Unlock bound up nutrients
  • Significant increase in yield
  • Regulate pH in acid and alkaline conditions
  • Fight off harmful pathogens and bacteria that would otherwise invade the rhizosphere (the region of soil near a plant’s roots)
  • Break down organic matter and expose plants to beneficial nutrients contained in the soil
  • By increasing the root’s surface area, by several hundred times, the organisms enrich the soil and increase nutrient uptake. In turn, the organisms release powerful enzymes into the soil that solubilize nutrients, such as organic nitrogen and phosphorus, foster growth, increase yields, and enrich the quality of all types of plants.