Changing Agronomy With Biology
by John Kempf, Founder of AEA
January 24, 2018
Many agronomists make recommendations for fertilizers based on an algorithm and ignore the impact of biology. However, plants call on specific microbes to provide nutrients. When the microbes are absent, the plant experiences nutrient deficiencies.
In the video above, John describes how biology changes the chemistry and ph in the soil rhizosphere, and how consultants at AEA take biology into consideration when making nutrient recommendations. This information will help you to understand the correlations between biology and chemistry, and how you can ensure that the wrong balance is not damaging your soil’s full potential.
About the complex relationships between plants, biology, and nutrition
How to foster healthy soil biology - environment, food sources, and more
How biology changes the playing field when planning crop fertility
About the role of mycorrhizae and inoculants in a soil building program