Healthy soil biomes create healthier food for all.
Our health is important. Among other factors, health is partially determined by the quality of food we eat and the environment in which we live and work.
Healthy soil biomes result in the healthiest food, living, and working environment. The reduction or lack of chemical fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides made possible by healthy soil biomes directly benefits the quality of the food produced, our livelihood, and work environment. In addition, the diverse community of bacteria and fungi in a healthy soil biome breakdown and prepare various essential vitamins and elements our bodies need to thrive. These essential vitamins and elements are then available in fresh food for our body. Finally beneficial microbes our bodies need to function are replenished by food produced in healthy soil biomes.Acceleration of the transition to sustainable agriculture using the Johnson-Su bioreactor and BEAM (Biologically Enhanced Agricultural Management) is critical for a healthy human community. Inoculating seeds with the product from the Johnson-Su bioreactor combined with no-till farming, reduce use of fertilizers/herbicides/pesticides, frequent rotation of grazing, cover crops are all essential to allowing constant synergy between live roots and microbes.