We specialize in developing healthy soil systems, rehabilitating your landscape to bring back the full spectrum of biological activity and giving your plants the opportunity to express their full genetic potential.
The soil food web is more than the sum of its parts. It is a dynamic community of micro flora and fauna, each contributing to the health and well-being of the plants we grow. If just one of these parts is missing, the system collapses and our plants are subject to stress, pests and disease.
...to discover the root of the problem. This scenario is all too common; a newly planted landscape lacking productive plant material, often dwindling vigor, diseased and untimely slated to perish.
Disease prone plants succumb to infection due to lack of leaf surface protection from airborn pathogens.
Pests are masters of reading stress signals and more likely to invade weakened plant material.
Soils devoid of microbial built structure are often found with no water infiltration capacity.
Inorganic fertilizers can cause plants to suffer drought intolerance.
Gardens with lack of the appropriate microbial organism populations are likely to be infested with weeds.
Low vigor gardens, even those planted with the best of intentions, are often the result of inappropriate plant/site matching.
From early succession to higher succession plants species. Rebuilding a landscape often requires natural plant evolution to occur before we arrive at our target genus conditions.
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Using a wide variety of early succession plants to colonize the landscape is a beautiful way to start rehabilitation of disturbed landscape.