Soil organisms and their importance for successful agriculture

Soil organisms such as beetles, earthworms, spiders, termites, and terrestrial crustaceans also contribute to agriculture. They do this by breaking down plant and animal organic residues and incorporating them into the soil profile, making nutrients bioavailable, increasing porosity, and allowing water to penetrate the soil. In addition, many organisms participate in biological control because they are predators, such as ladybugs, earwigs, and spiders.

Mode of Action

Soil organisms protect against pests
Protect from predators

many organisms act in the biological control of pests because they are predators, such as ladybugs, earwigs and spiders.

soil organisms help infiltrate and retain water
Increase water infiltration in soil

by increasing the soil's porosity, the ability to infiltrate and retain water gets better.

soil organisms Release nutrients contained in soil fraction
Release nutrients contained in soil fraction

When soil organisms decompose organic matter, they release carbon and nutrients. 

soil organisms accelerate the decomposition of organic residues
Accelerate fragmentation of organic plant and animal residues

through the decomposition of plant and animal organic residues and their incorporation into the soil profile.

Soil organisms help with soil compaction
Help with soil compaction

When digging through the soil structure in research for food, they form channels and pores, which improve the soil structure.

Penergetic: Influence on Soil organisms

A lifeless soil is not able to support plant production

It is not enough to nourish the plants well if the soil is compacted and does not allow the roots to grow. It is not enough to unpack the soil if we do not provide the essential nutrients for the plants. It is not enough to supply the essential elements for the plants and to decompress the soil if the microorganisms that will supply the structural organic compounds, which are also essential for plant growth, are not present.

Role of soil organisms for fertile soil

Scientific Publication: In Vitro Activation of Microbial Growth in Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Fields

"Significant increases in fungal and bacterial growth were observed when using the commercial biostimulator in culture medium."

Scientific Publication in the Journal of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences

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The Penergetic soil and plant products help to improve soil fertility and plant growth. penergetic b promotes humus formation and soil activity. Soil quality is improved and thus forms an ideal foundation for optimal plant growth. By improving the soil physical structure, the roots find ideal conditions. Furthermore, penergetic b helps making the soil nutrients more plant-available.

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Penergetic p optimizes plant development by boosting root growth and stimulating mycorrhizal symbiosis. Plants can absorb the nutrients more efficiently and productivity is improved. penergetic p has a positive influence on soil life and helps actively to strengthen plants. It stimulates the root growth, intensifies plant properties and improves the photosynthesis performance. More quantity through optimized root, leaf and flower formation.

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