How Bio-Agtive Works
The Bio-Agtive Technology we use in agriculture is simply a method we utilize to empower a plant to use the sun's energy during the growing season rather than relying on traditional cropping inputs. Think of a hybrid engine, a system designed to run itself on two different energy sources. The difference is one source is renewable while the other is not. The way we look at farming is similar. We can make a choice at seeding time whether we want to grow our crops using a natural biological cycle that uses sunlight energy or do you break out the tanks of liquid nitrogen at the expense of your bank account and time?
By choosing the Bio-Agtive method, we are looking to empower your crop, using its natural biological cycle to unleash its genetic potential. Your soil is a vast world of living organisms, all of which play a role in maintaining soil and crop health. Through healthy soil management, we can produce food that does not have mineral and nutrient deficiencies. This allows crops to be grown in low organic matter soils, even though stressful situations such as a drought. In our farming practice, we need to minimize risk, while maximising profit margin. We accomplish both using the Bio-Agtive system by eliminating high input costs while maintaining crop yield. The system is comprised of a primary heat condenser that is easily mounted on the tractor and seeding equipment. Exhaust is captured and directed through the condenser, cooling it to a manageable temperature. It is then directed into the seed cart fan, treating the seed and soil as it exits through the tines. This is a seemingly simple process which sparks an endless number of chemical reactions in both the seed and soil.
A plant that is empowered by nanocarbon, present in the exhaust, can photosynthesize more efficiently throughout its lifetime. This means more Co2 is drawn to it from the atmosphere leading to more carbohydrates (sugar) being made and leeched back into the soil. When the organisms in the soil are fed, they begin to work for you bringing the plant vital nutrients, such as water and minerals. Nitrogen fixating bacteria begin to produce nitrogen, stimulating the crop. Roots are stimulated to drive down deep when a plant must survive using its natural resources. When an unnatural food source is present in the soil, it causes the seed to be lazy and depend on that source, not using sunlight energy and the soil life is no longer essential.
Rather than relying on a synthetic system, we can use nature to our advantage. This cycle of both plant and soil working together is what allows us to produce crops of high quality around the world without the use of fertilizers.