Webinar – The Soil Food Web

Resident expert, Mark Sembach, discusses how BioLynceus® provides organic, sustainable programs to help build the soil food web.

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Webinar – Lot125® for Phosphate Efficiency

https://youtu.be/zsngPjCfHqA The volatile market for phosphate can send prices soaring. In times like these, it is important for farmers to make the best use of phosphate that they can. In this short 10-minute video, our Lead Agronomist, Scott Anderson explains how...

Webinar – How to Improve Nutrient Uptake and Yield with Fulvex®

https://youtu.be/VEdwxlMPU14 In order to thrive, plants needs a strong start and steady nutrients throughout their lives. Fulvex provides both to ensure that your crops provide the yield that you deserve. In this short 10-minute presentation, Scott explains how to...

How to Minimize Grease in Your Collection System

https://youtu.be/9LSLX29IoZk Herb Fancher, a veteran in the wastewater industry, unpacks solutions to having grease in your collection system. This is a 30 minute webinar.

Public Education FOG

https://youtu.be/rCIvauPbziA Rick Allen discusses methods for educating the public on fats, oils and grease. This is a short webinar that lasts about 18 minutes.

Biological Turf and Shrub Treatment Improves City Hall Landscaping Project

Turf and Landscaping 2 Acres A growing city in the Colorado Front Range used BioLynceus® products to improve root zone development, water retention, and nutrient uptake of newly planted turf and shrubs in front of the City Hall. Initially, a resident was using...

Why All Humic Acids Are Not Created Equal

As the use of humic acids become more prevalent in agricultural, turf, environmental, home & garden and other applications, the prospective customer may well ask the question, "What is the difference in humic acid products?" Since Global Organics is large provider...

Soil Biology

Life in the Soil and Landscape An incredible diversity of organisms make up the soil food web. These organisms range in size from the tiniest one-celled bacteria, algae, fungi, and protozoa, to the most complex nematodes and microarthopods, to the visible earthworms,...

Soil Bioremediation

Throughout history man has expected nature to dispose of whatever material he has buried in the soil. Without the great digestive capacity of soil we would be up to our ears in organic matter. The natural digestive process converts organic matter to reusable and...

Soil Microbes and Nutrient Uptake

Improvement in crop growth obtained from crop and soil management practices is the result of increased activity of microbes in the vicinity of plant roots (the rhizosphere). There is still much unknown in the relationship of roots and microbes because of the...

Webinar – Solids Reduction

https://youtu.be/kky5DXsMFK8 Resident expert, Tanner Hartsock, discusses how ProBiotic Dredging® can help with solids reduction. This is a short video that lasts 8 minutes.