Rebuild Your Soil with Beneficial Microbes and Mycorrhizal Fungi

Does your turf or overall landscape look weak, stressed and in general decline? This is common in our area due to many environmental factors, such as compacted clay soils, overuse of synthetic weed & feeds, improper watering, fungal diseases, too much shade, heat and other issues. 

Tired worn out urban lawns and landscapes are often in need of a soil remediation program to get them back to health and vigor. When it comes to a healthy lawn, you really have to look at the health of the soil first: If your soil is not bioactive and healthy then your plants won’t be either. 

Beneficial microbes in the soil are force behind the breakdown of organic matter and release of nutrients for plants. Our compost extract contains live beneficial microbes to help stimulate your soil and availability of nutrients. 

Mycorrhizal fungi are another very important organism for soil and plant health. When the spores of these beneficial fungi germinate in the presence of plant roots, they develop fungal root (hyphae) links with the plant roots. The two organisms can now exchange nutrients in a symbiotic relationship. The mycorrhizal fungi help plants take up more water, phosphorus, process carbon matter and improve the clumping root structure. The plants then feed the fungi sugars, which they need, but can only be made by plants through photosynthesis. It’s a win/win!

As a part of our soil remediation program, we inoculate your landscape with both beneficial microbes and mycorrhizal fungi. Give us a call and give your lawn and garden the big boost it needs!

Soil, Beneficial Microbes, Mycorrhizal Fungi, Plants, Garden, Lawn, Soils Alive, Dallas, Fort Worth, Texas

1821 Wall Street
Garland, TX 75041
Ph: 972.272.9211
info@soilsalive.com

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