The Benefits of Using Mycorrhizal Products. Change is Good!

How our ‘Disruptive Technology’ Changes Things Ecological / Social Benefits Value Proposition
Rational use of petro-chemically derived commercial fertilizers – or the adoption of Organics Reduced CO² Emissions in production, transportation, and application sectors Net per unit/acre profitability increased
Reduced irrigation demands on streams, rivers, lakes and vanishing aquifers Fresh water consumption reduced – decreased soil surface salinity build-up Lowered irrigation costs (water + infrastructure)
Reduced use of agrichemical pesticides, fungicides and herbicides Reduced build-up (or abatement of) soil/groundwater biotoxins Reduced costs of controlling pests & pathogens
Reduced leaching of excess nutrients from croplands and landscapes into ground water Reduced toxic loading of reactive nutrient leachates in wells and aquifers Fertilizer/Nutrient application rates reduced
Reduced storm runoff of highly reactive agrichemical nutrients into downstream watersheds Reduced algae blooms & water eutrophication (dead zones/fish kills/GH gases) Fertilizer/Nutrient application rates reduced
Endomycorrhizal hyphae deposit Glomalin in soils – aggregating dense clay strata into granules Clay proto-soils become topsoils – reversing topsoil loss and desertification Degraded lands achieve renewed productivity
The mycorrhizal benefit equation is most pronounced in arid, mineral soil regions Productivity/sustainability tool for millions of global subsistence farmers Reduced food aid / Increased self-sufficiency
An essential tool in Organic Food Production – improves productivity of greenbelt lands Reduced use of GMO crops – Small-plot urban farming supports Locavore niche The Organic food sector will triple in the next 5 years
Mycorrhizal fungi sequester megatons of atmospheric CO² in soil (a massive carbon sink) A scalable, low cost Carbon Capture technology tool Mycorrhiza-based Carbon Credits trade today (CHX)
Mycorrhizal activity breaks down and solubilizes nutrients bound in synthetic soil toxins An essential tool useful in the remediation of post-industrial use land A massive niche market, including Brown Fields
Mycorrhizal symbiosis gives plants access to soil water unavailable to roots alone Increased drought resistance improves survival rates/productivity Productivity advantage in drought years