Garden and agriculture Through a targeted inoculation with starter cultures from microbiotic solutions of soil and plants in gardens, fruit quarters and on arable land, plants grow healthier and as a higher quality food or feed and last longer as a crop. In combination with a sufficiently large amount of organic matter (OS), which is often found in gardening and housekeeping, but also in agriculture, the indispensable humus build-up of our cultivated soils with effective microorganisms can be accelerated and sustainably stabilized over time. Plants feed mainly on their roots from living unicellular organisms, soil fungi and soil bacteria. This process is scientifically called endocytosis. MicroVeda-Effective Microorganisms are the ideal feed basis for this.
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