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There are more microbes in a teaspoon of soil than there are people in the world.
Microbes carry out a multitude of tasks in soil and we are only just beginning to understand the variety of roles that they play in agricultural production systems. Biodiversity below ground is as important as it is above ground. We have developed a range of products to get life back into the soil.
At this event we will explain how microbes work with other micro and macro-organisms to provide nutrients to plants and how they can reduce, or eliminate, the need for chemical inputs in agriculture, improving the environment, increasing food nutrient density and increasing farm margins.
There will be a chance to see how we brew the microbial mixes and light refreshments will be available.
Who should attend?
- anyone with interest in soil health
- anyone interested in regenerative agriculture
- farmers interested in improving the financial performance of their farm
1st December event is in person at microbz, 2 Naish House, Spirthill, Calne, Wiltshire, SN11 9HW.
8th December event is online for anyone who cannot attend in person.