A teaspoon of soil contains more living microorganisms than there are people on earth. So, soil is a rich living system and that is how we should treat it. Healthy soil life ultimately ensures higher yields, better quality, and efficient use of nutrients.
Through monoculture or intensive use of chemicals or steaming, many soils have lost their vital biodiversity. Pathogens and pests have a free playground when soil life is disrupted. Soil Resetting restores and improves the health of your soil. It combats diseases and plagues and stimulates the growth of useful micro-organisms, such as Mycorrhizae, Actinomycetes and Saprophytes. This makes the soil naturally rich, vital and resilient for your new crop.