Regenerative Agriculture and Soil Health are key for the future of Sustainable Agriculture

ENVIRONOC 401 allows the farmers to establish larger and more diverse populations of beneficial microbes in their fields, optimize the rhizosphere with a more robust and efficient plant and microbe relationship to improve growing conditions and improve nutrient release, and management through microbial activity, enhancing overall soil productivity.

Biodyne is a USA based environmental biotechnology company focused on harnessing the power of naturally occurring, beneficial microorganisms and other sustainable technologies for use in a variety of agricultural and environmental applications to restore soil health and renew soil microbes in the soil.

Farley’s research, he saw the soil microbial activity at play and his endeavor became to use nature to replenish the soil and to strengthen its capability in order to improve plant health which laid the foundation of Biodyne World in 1986. Original Link: