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Better Dirt and More Yield?
Here is the world's only supplement for better dirt and more yield with 4 modes of action (building blocks) that intensifies:
1) a full spectrum of plant and soil microbes...
2) Pink-Pigmented Facultative Methylotrophs (PPFMs)...
4) and Terpenes all working together to help give your crops darker soil and provide more moisture, more warmth in cold temps, and more life...
Note that SN-Bio19 has none of the negative characteristics such as heat, cold, and time constraint issues like normal microbial products.
SN-Bio19 is also an energetic supplement like SmartNute's flagship product, the SNX30 fertilizer supplement (less fertilizer + more yield).
In addition, we've also included a bonus of 7 "secret sauce" intensified supplements in this formula which are also vital to a plant's optimum health and the increased yield's flavor and aroma.
For the most part, farmers take a Big Pharma approach to their crop health like they do with their own health by taking pills to make a symptom disappear or mask the symptom (but that doesn't help eliminate the cause of the problem and only lets the symptoms return).
In other words, farmers mostly look at the symptoms of plant disease instead of how to help prevent or delay the cause. SN-Bio19's intensified supplements can help farmers prevent or delay the cause with our 4 major building blocks.
Let's begin with the intensified microbe supplement component and how it contributes to SN-Bio19.
As you may already know, microbes play crucial roles in farming, providing numerous benefits that contribute to soil fertility, plant growth, and overall ecosystem health. Here are some key benefits of microbes in agriculture:
The soil is a living ecosystem providing the environment for a wide variety of intensified microbes. More microbes equals darker soil benefits.
Nutrient Cycling: Microbes, particularly bacteria and fungi, are essential for breaking down organic matter in the soil. They decompose dead plant material and release nutrients back into the soil in forms that plants can absorb.
Plant roots excrete organic substances such as sugar, amino acids and other vital nutrients to attract a chain of intensified soil microbes.
These intensified microbes live on the root surfaces or can penetrate into the roots through the root hairs and excrete hard to digest substances in forms for the plants to absorb.
SN-Bio19 intensified microbes will also coat the plant roots with a bio-glue substance that helps maintain moisture in the root zone during harsh drought conditions.
Nitrogen Fixing microbes: Certain bacteria, such as the Rhizobium species, form symbiotic (harmonious) relationships with leguminous plants. These bacteria can fix atmospheric nitrogen into a form that plants can use, promoting nitrogen availability and reducing the need for synthetic fertilizers.
Phosphorus Solubilizing microbes: Phosphate-solubilizing bacteria release phosphorus from organic and inorganic sources, making it more accessible to plants. This enhances the plant's ability to take up phosphorus.
Disease Suppression microbes: Beneficial microbes act as biocontrol agents, suppressing the growth of harmful pathogens. Some fungi and bacteria microbes produce compounds that inhibit the growth of plant pathogens, providing a natural defense mechanism.
Enhanced Nutrient Absorption microbes: Mycorrhizal fungi form symbiotic associations with plant roots, extending the root system's reach and enhancing the plant's ability to absorb water and nutrients, particularly phosphorus.
Improving Soil Structure microbes: Intensified microbial activity, especially that of certain types of bacteria and fungi, contributes to the formation of soil aggregates (primary soil particles). This improves soil structure, porosity and water retention, while promoting a healthier root environment.
Plant Growth-Promoting Substances: Certain intensified microbes produce plant growth-promoting substances like auxins and cytokinins, which stimulate plant growth and development.
Degrading Organic Pollutants: Intensified microbes break down and degrade organic pollutants in the soil, contributing to environmental remediation.
Stress Tolerance: Intensified microbes help plants tolerate environmental stresses such as drought, salinity and disease. They can enhance the plant's resilience under challenging conditions.
Composting: Intensified microbes are crucial in the composting process, breaking down organic matter into a nutrient-rich humus that can be used as an organic fertilizer.
Biofertilizer: This intensified microbial-based product contains beneficial microorganisms that enhance nutrient availability and promote plant growth, and can be used as an alternative or supplement to chemical fertilizers.
Harnessing the potential of these intensified SN-Bio19 microbes can be the lifeblood of a regenerative and sustainable approach to farming. It can lead to improved soil health, increased crop yields, reduced reliance on synthetic inputs and chemicals and contribute to environmentally friendly and economically viable farming practices.
The SN-Bio19 microbial supplement brings together these components to intensify microbe colonies by:
1) Supplementing / intensifying microbes as biological digesters to compost corn and sugarcane stalks, manure, residue and similar biologicals like contaminated waters and soils.
2) Supplementing / intensifying mycorrhizal fungi as beneficial soil microbes and colony forming units.
3) Supplementing / intensifying a microbe potassium growth enhancement.
4) Supplementing / intensifying a biological inoculant for drought-stressed soils to establish even more populations of beneficial microbes.
5) Supplementing / intensifying a rhizobacteria and phosphorus solubilizer to also promote additional beneficial soil microbe populations.
6) Supplementing / intensifying a different population of microbes to help build soil carbon.
7) Supplementing / intensifying microbes to increase a crop’s tolerance to extreme field situations like salt, drought, cold and heat.
In general, these intensified microbes and beneficial strains of bacteria and fungi combinations are specifically designed to increase yield by improving nutrient uptake, nitrogen fixing and promoting faster emergence. But, intensified microbes are only one of the 4 major building blocks of SN-Bio19.
Pink-pigmented facultative methylotrophs (PPFMs)
These bacteria benefit farmers due to their importance in seed germination, yield, pathogen resistance and drought stress tolerance. Now the SN-Bio19 supplement is available to intensify PPFMs' already powerful benefits.
When foliar spraying PPFMs, this results in increased PPFM populations which in turn cause a higher concentration of bacterially produced cytokinin -- increased cytokinin contributes to improved yield.
Pink-pigmented facultative methylotrophs (PPFMs) offer other potential benefits in agriculture, primarily through their unique metabolic capabilities and interactions with plants. Here are some of the potential benefits of PPFMs:
Methanol Utilization: Intensified PPFMs have the ability to utilize methanol as a carbon and energy source. This can be advantageous in environments where methanol is present, providing an alternative carbon source for microbial growth.
Plant Growth Promotion: Intensified PPFMs can promote plant growth. They can enhance nutrient availability and uptake, leading to improved plant development and increased crop yields.
Biocontrol of Pathogens: Intensified PPFMs can act as biocontrol properties, helping to suppress the growth of plant pathogens. By competing for resources and producing antimicrobial compounds, they contribute to plant health and reduce the incidence of diseases.
Stress Tolerance: Intensified PPFMs can enhance plant stress tolerance, including resistance to stress such as drought and salinity. This benefit is valuable in agricultural systems where plants face challenging environmental conditions.
Nutrient Cycling: Intensified PPFMs contribute to nutrient cycling in the soil by decomposing organic matter. This process releases nutrients back into the soil, making them available for plant uptake.
Root Development: Intensified PPFMs can influence root development, leading to increased root biomass and improved nutrient and water absorption by plants. Enhanced root systems contribute to greater nutrient uptake and overall plant health and vigor.
Bioremediation: Intensified PPFMs can help in the bioremediation of environments contaminated with methylated pollutants. Their ability to metabolize methanol and related compounds can contribute to the breakdown of pollutants in the soil.
Enhanced Phytoremediation: Intensified PPFMs can enhance phytoremediation processes in plants, as they can break down pollutants taken up by plants, contributing to environmental cleanup efforts.
Sustainable Agriculture: The use of intensified PPFMs aligns with regenerative and sustainable farming practices by reducing the reliance on synthetic chemicals. Intensified PPFMs can contribute to a more balanced and resilient agricultural ecosystem.
The use of PPFMs in agriculture is an area of ongoing research and positive discovery. Their unique metabolic capabilities and potential contributions to plant health make them top candidates for desired crop management. As research progresses with SN-Bio19, more insights into their specific applications and benefits are most likely to emerge.
NEW kids in town...
In addition to intensified microbe and PPFM supplements, intensified VOCs and terpene supplements are also included in SN-Bio19.
Science has finally come to the rescue of farming with many new and organic inputs. Here are two new additions that are at the top of the list with SN-Bio19. Intensified VOCs and terpene supplements offer amazing abilities to better your crop's health and yield without synthetic chemicals.
Plants need a lift?
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) play various roles in the growth and development of plants, including corn and soybeans. Here are some potential benefits:
Plant Defense Mechanisms:
Indirect Defense: Intensified VOCs emitted by plants can act as signals to attract natural enemies of herbivores, serving as a form of indirect defense. These compounds can attract predators and parasites that help control herbivore populations and help protect the plants.
Direct Defense: Some Intensified VOCs have antimicrobial properties and can directly inhibit the growth of pathogens to provide a form of protection against diseases.
Inter-plant Signaling: Intensified VOCs can be involved in signaling between plants. In response to stress or herbivory, plants may release Intensified VOCs that can be sensed by nearby plants, inducing them to activate defense mechanisms.
Abiotic Stress Tolerance:
Stress Response: Intensified VOCs can be produced by plants in response to various environmental stresses such as drought, high temperature, or pollution. These compounds may help the plants cope with stress and enhance their overall resilience.
Chemical Interactions: Some intensified VOCs released by plants can have allelopathic effects, influencing the growth and development of neighboring plants. This can either be inhibitory or stimulatory, depending on the specific compounds involved.
Root Growth Promotion: Certain intensified VOCs emitted by microbes in the rhizosphere (root zone) can promote root growth and enhance nutrient uptake, contributing to the overall health and productivity of the plants.
Floral Scent and Pollination:
Attracting Pollinators: Intensified VOCs, especially floral scents, play a crucial role in attracting pollinators. This is important for the reproductive success of plants, including corn and soybeans.
Beneficial Microbe Interactions:
Microbial Communication: Intensified VOCs are involved in communication between plants and beneficial microbes in the soil. This interaction can enhance nutrient availability and improve the overall health of the plants.
Adaptation to Changing Environments:
Stress Adaptation: The production of intensified VOCs can be a part of the plant's adaptive response to changing environmental conditions, helping them survive and thrive in diverse ecosystems.
Terpenes are the mediators of plant-to-plant communication. What, exactly, does that mean? Terpenes help plants “talk” to each other for optimal growth through environmental protection.
Intensified terpenes deliver “fix-it” information about environmental issues not only inside each plant but also among plant groups called communities. During a plant+insect and plant+pathogen meetup, plants influence each other through terpene biological crosstalk. And, plants are equally sensitive to give OR take information by way of these terpene signals.
Intensified terpenes can protect plants from various chemical and natural stresses and are important communication signals between plants and other organisms including insects, fungi, and bacteria. In certain environments including pathogen (bad disease) infection or microbial communities, specific emission patterns develop from these environments and healthy terpenes have the “troops” to handle the battle.
Intensified microbes can use intensified terpenes as their own sole carbon source, thus quenching the signals by simply “feeding” on them. Intensified microbes emit diverse intensified terpenes that have chemical structures largely similar to plant-released terpenes. So now you can see that plants and microbes can speak the same language after a little practice -- just like humans do to better communicate.