Many of today’s agricultural soils are affected by soil borne diseases. Replant syndrome, tired soils, and poor crop growth are all strong indicators of poor soil health which, if left untreated, can affect the growth, yield, and sales potential of crops.
What is considered a healthy soil?
How does Chloropicrin influence the components of the soil system that contribute to a healthy soil?
A look at Chloropicrin treatment from a functional system approach:
- Suppresses disease
- Promotes the growth of plant beneficial soil organisms
- Reboots saprophytic microbial activity in the soil, re-starts sustainable production
- Over time, can build the physical, chemical, and biological components of the soil