When it comes to viable soil, we project the expectation that plants will have a good soil environment for their development – that it will be one in which they receive all the necessary nutrients and have strong immunity, that organic residues will decompose, and that the environment will not be conducive to disease development. If you apply new crop production methods to help increase biodiversity, such as crop rotation, catch crops and leaving organic residues, the soil will become more viable in the long run. Unfortunately, this does not necessarily mean that sufficient important microorganisms will be ensured in that new biodiversity. Nevertheless, if monoculture crops remain in the fields, the population of microorganisms will still suffer.
Your soil needs those bacteria or microscopic fungi, i.e., microorganisms, that perform specific vital functions. The loss of such microorganisms can be really detrimental. Bioversio develops BIOMAS preparations that help achieve biodiversity, revealing the maximum potential of the soil and your crop production methods.