OUR RESULTS

By encouraging a living soil food web we actually take fewer resource inputs and produce more food than conventional agriculture! Not only higher yields, but also more nutritious crops.  When we grow according to regenerative principles, our plants become naturally resistant and immune to pest and pathogens. We can actually increase soil health and structure and turn a greater profit! 

Microorganisms or microbes, are the basis of Natural Biota 

By cycling nutrients, carbon and energy in the ecosystem, storing it in the soil, microbes make life as we know it possible! Unfortunately conventional chemical products and methods have been reducing our greatest asset in the soil, biodiversity, perpetuating a need for artificial inputs to see any results. 

 

Consider the Biology

Our products quickly build healthy, fertile, soil systems where you will find a diversity of beneficial microbes and other organisms higher on the food chain, all living in a balanced state where they form a food web connecting and living in symbiosis. This competitive exclusion principle, efficiently stores and transport nutrients and provides them in available forms to plants, produces plant growth hormones, and are antagonists of plant pests, parasites or diseases (biocontrol agents). Our products contain aerobic microbes, which means they only thrive and reproduce in the presence of oxygen.  The importance of of aerobic microbes, over anaerobic microbes, is that they microorganism are extremely effective at sequestering nutrients and carbon, trading them with plants for root exudates as fuel. These aerobic microbes are probiotic; they promote a tendency towards complexity in the health of a soil environment, as opposed to anaerobic microbes, which are often antibiotic, or pathogenic, working to thwart biodiversity in a living ecosystem. 

 

Surprisingly, most are minerals and carbon molecules which, to plants, act like vitamins. Our micronutrients nurture the plant directly as well as indirectly by working as a prebiotic and probiotic for the soil microbe population. Farmers often ask how feeding microbes can help increase crop health. In terms of nutrition, the micronutrients help bacteria populations to grow. When nitrogen is added to the soil, the growth of bacteria populations keeps nitrogen bound in the soil, thereby preventing it from dissipating. The benefit comes from the bacterial carbon to nitrogen ratio, which is higher than that of any other organism, namely 1 part nitrogen to 5 parts carbon. When these bacteria cells die, they slowly release the nitrogen back into the root system.

 

Production Process

In our production process, we use selected raw materials, such as green waste from the region, add our optimized beneficial bacteria combination and make compost. We develop a growing, living ecosystem. Over the last 30 years, we were able to enhance our bacteria combination and maximize its benefits for professional farming. We conducted observations of crop results in clay soils, sandy soils and even under desert conditions by experimenting, growing and deploying our product in Saudi Arabia, New York, Florida, Austria, and Queretaro, Toluca (Mexico).

 

Our products have over 40 micronutrients. Surprisingly, most are minerals and carbon molecules which, to plants, act like vitamins. Our micronutrients nurture the plant directly as well as indirectly by working as a prebiotic and probiotic for the soil microbe population. Farmers often ask how feeding microbes can help increase crop health. In terms of nutrition, the micronutrients help bacteria populations to grow. When nitrogen is added to the soil, the growth of bacteria populations keeps nitrogen bound in the soil, thereby preventing it from dissipating. The benefit comes from the bacterial carbon to nitrogen ratio, which is higher than that of any other organism, namely 1 part nitrogen to 5 parts carbon. When these bacteria cells die, they slowly release the nitrogen back into the root system.

In addition to the crops listed bellow, EcoBiota Solutions excels in the following: Any kinds of fruits and vegetables, ornamentals, hemp, nursery plants and trees, herbs and spices, indoor plants, gardens and lawns. As part of our product portfolio expansion we test our product on many different cultures.

Ecologically Regenerative Agriculture

Using Biomimicry at scale, farmers may leverage natural processes to achieve a new standard of quality! Eco-agriculture systems offer a more sustainable business model and will be more profitable for the long term. 

Benefits Vegetables 
  • Reduces the risk of frost-related damage

  • Significantly increases acid, sugar and BRIX levels

  • Reduces transportation loss

  • Reduces pest populations and nematodes

  • Reduces overhead costs dedicated to controlling pathogens, such as powdery mildew, root rot and grey mold

  • Extends and lengthens growing season

  • Binds soil particles together

  • Volumizes the root system and increases its mass

Benefits Turf 
  • Increases root length and strengthens roots

  • Dramatic reduction in pesticide, fungicide and nematocide use

  • Reduced irrigation and hydration expenses

  • Restoration of decaying segments

  • Compliance with the strictest watershed-protection regulations

  • Decreases soil erosion and runoff

Benefits Citrus
  • Reduces and reverses citrus greening and other citrus-borne diseases

  • Eliminates early picking and labor cost of multiple picking

  • Reduces fruit drop

  • Revives soil rhizome with help of beneficial microorganisms and trace elements

  • Reduces psyllid, rust mite and other disease vector populations

  • Significantly increases acid, sugar and BRIX levels

  • Increases resilience to tropical storm and hurricane damage

  • Eliminates need for applying antibiotics to attack Candidatus liberobacter

Benefits Bamboo
  • Reduces and reverses citrus greening and other citrus-borne diseases

  • Eliminates early picking and labor cost of multiple picking

  • Reduces fruit drop

  • Revives soil rhizome with help of beneficial microorganisms and trace elements

  • Reduces psyllid, rust mite and other disease vector populations

  • Significantly increases acid, sugar and BRIX levels

  • Increases resilience to tropical storm and hurricane damage

  • Eliminates need for applying antibiotics to attack Candidatus liberobacter

Benefits Strawberry
  • Binds soil particles together

  • Volumizes the root system and increases its mass

  • Freezing point depression reduces risk of frost-related damage

  • Reduces overhead costs dedicated to controlling pathogens, such as powdery mildew, root rot and grey mold

  • Reduces pest populations and nematodes

  • Significantly increases acid, sugar and BRIX levels

  • Reduces transportation loss  

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