Do not fall into the narrative trap where you imagine owning an electric car or a new boiler is going to save us from climate change. We as a planet emit 130 billion tonnes of carbon a year. We draw down 120 billion tonnes through existing biological systems such as trees, plants, and microbes. This… Read more »
We at Better Organix know a simple truth, there is plenty of phosphorous (P) in the world, we do not need to continually add it, rather we need to be better at getting it from the abundant fixed pools all around us, in to the active and soluble systems, where we can benefit from its… Read more »
The technologically based tools/systems designed for observation and related data management that we humans have developed over more recent years in our evolution, have and is, continuing to bridge some of our innate biological limitations.
Put simply, soil is quite possibly the single most important resource to human survival. Soil is front and centre to planet earth and everything living on and in it.
This post is about preparing and conditioning soil with the Better Organix product range. Our range is a low phosphate system that relies on active biology to cycle phosphates on demand and at a rate set by our plants, not us.
Most people have heard the term silt, even if they are not quite sure what silt is. These days it’s often associated with rivers clogging up and widespread flooding. Certainly recent floods in the UK have been blamed in part on build ups of silt. But this is due to a reduction in clearance management practice… Read more »
Sand in soil In this post we will cover sand and hopefully by the time we are finished, you will better understand its properties and use cases and adjustments for your growing operations. Sand is soil in its most basic form. It is the largest and heaviest of soil particle bases. It is naturally occurring,… Read more »
Often seen as a complex component of soils for growers, at a very basic level clays are essentially little bits of rock and minerals/silicates. Unlike the previous two major components of the worlds’ soils, clay contains a slight electrical charge, we will discuss the possible fallouts and benefits of this as we progress this blog.… Read more »