IMG_1632Benefits of Biological Farming

• Looks at the whole agronomic, environmental picture in relation to balance and profitability.

• Returns the soil to a balanced living system, improving soil structure and fertility in a least toxic manner.

• Dramatically reduces or even eliminates chemical dependency, while at the same time increasing yields, quality, soil fertility and profitability.

• Farms become more sustainable, safer workplace for employees with reduced use of chemicals.

• Restores the mineral and microbial balance in the soil and increases soil carbon levels.

• Increases water holding capacity of the soil.

• Reduces the need to depend on high analysis fertilizers, chemicals, pesticides, insecticides and fungicides.

• Reduces disease levels, insect, pests and soil erosion. Weeds and insect pests are becoming resistant to chemicals. Bigger weeds – stronger chemicals.

• Reduces the leaching of nitrogen and phosphorus into our waterways.

• Aids in the production of nutrient dense food for animals and humans.

• Helps reduce human health problems, which have been linked to conventional farming.

• Leaves our soil in a healthy balanced state for future generations.