Soil Restore- Enhance Your Growing Environment
Many urban soils lack essential soil biology due to construction impacts and other growing environment challenges. When soil biology is lacking or inadequate, plants are more susceptible to nutrient deficiencies. This may lead to pest and pathogen issues.
Soil Restore is a nutrient and microbiology enhancement product for lawns, shrubs and trees. We apply this product to the top soil layer. This is the primary area of biological activity and area of nutrient cycling.
Uses for Soil Restore include:
- Tree and plant declining health reversal
- General Plant health maintenance
We recommend treatment applications in spring (March) summer (July) and fall (Nov.)
Soil Restore Bio Fertility Components
Soil Restore is a combination of organic nutrient ingredients combined with compost extract which provides plants with a natural source of fertilizer. Soil biology is what nature provides to produce plant nutrients. In order to establish and maintain plant health, you must first “feed the soil”.
Symbiotic mycorrhizal fungi, bacteria, archaea, and other species of soil fungi, mine the soil for minerals and feed upon organic matter. Protozoa and nematodes feed on bacteria and fungi; then produce nutrients in a form that is readily available to plants.
The microbes we derive are from compost and earthworm castings, which have been laboratory tested by Soil Foodweb Oregon LLC. Organic sources of plant nutrients are added to the mixture just prior to application. Each brew is microscope tested prior to application.
Nutrient package consists of:
- Earthworm castings- rich in mineral and water soluble Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P), Potassium (K), Calcium (Ca) and other trace elements
- Four different compost sources to provide microbe diversity
- Fish hydrolysate- 2.0-.5-.3 (NPK values), amino acids and vitamins
- Soluble seaweed plant growth stimulant- 1.0-0-4 (NPK values) – increased chlorophyll production-chelated trace element source-enzyme activator-bio growth stimulants- OMRI listed