It is impossible to overestimate the importance of soil.
This graphic from FAO highlights the breakdown of rock into dirt.
It becomes soil, which plants thrive in, as the soil microfauna take hold and release minerals.
SymSoil is focused on Robust Compost a complex community of soil microbes, in a solid transport medium.
It looks like commodity compost, but those products that are free from your neighborhood waste management company, or can be purchased alongside the chicken or cow manure at your local nursery, are basically sterile. Commercial composters are required to kill the pathogens by heating the material. At best, you will see 2 or 3 strains of bacteria, and most typically only one.
Even your yogurt typically has 4 or 5 types of bacteria!
Healthy soil has 10,000’s of species: bacteria, fungi, amoebae, flagellates, other protozoa, nematodes, earthworms and microscopic insects. The Soil Biome is a complete ecosystem, sometimes referred to as the Soil Food Web.
SymSoil contains all of the microscopic forms of life in healthy soil. Robust Compost is a complex community of soil microbes, in a solid transport medium.
It looks like compost, but has the smell of a forest floor and contains thousands of species. The Soil Biome is a complete ecosystem and as complex as the Gut Biome. It is sometimes referred to as the Soil Food Web.
SymSoil Inc., a Benefit Corporation (B), is a leader in development of biological soil amendments for agriculture that restores the microbes that provide the right food to the plant roots, improving plant health, and making food more tasty and nutrient dense, the way nature intended. These indigenous crop and regional soil specific microbes regenerate the soil significantly increasing crop yields and nutrient density in food. For more information please visit https://www.fundable.com/symsoil-inc or call 833-SYMSOIL (833-796-7645)