Seed Inoculants


     Inoculants can be thought of as "good bugs" that provide plants with the needed organisms to help them grow best. By stimulating the active biological area in the soil known as the rhizosphere- the area where plant roots and soil interact- they act like a key that unlocks plant potential. Sure, these "good bugs" may already be in the soil, but many times are old inefficient strains that do not allow peak plant performance.

     These beneficial microbes help provide nutrients, help the plant fight disease, and withstand stress from heat and drought. When the right species of microbes are present in the roots ecosystem they can help lower the dependence on fertilizers and pesticides.