How our ‘Disruptive Technology’ Changes Things

  • Reduced use of petro-chemically derived commercial fertilizers – or the adoption of Organics
  • Reduced irrigation demands on streams, rivers, lakes and vanishing aquifers
  • Reduced use of agrichemical pesticides, fungicides and herbicides
  • Reduced leaching of excess nutrients from croplands and landscapes into streams and ground water
  • Reduced storm runoff of highly reactive agrichemical nutrients into downstream watersheds
  • Endomycorrhizal hyphae deposit Glomalin in soils – aggregating dense clay strata into granules - building new soil
  • The mycorrhizal benefit equation is most pronounced in arid, mineral soil regions
  • An essential tool in Organic Food Production – improves productivity of greenbelt lands
  • Mycorrhizal fungi sequester megatons of atmospheric CO² in soil (a massive carbon sink)
  • Mycorrhizal activity breaks down and solubilizes nutrients bound in synthetic soil toxins
  • Mycorrhizal symbiosis gives plants access to soil water unavailable to roots alone