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Regeneration, life in the soil: how to restore it and give it power?

With a simple spade, we will notice the signs of life such as the presence of earthworms, loose, spongy, airy, moist soil that smells good.

We have other signs, such as its ability to absorb and release water.



The smell of the soil

In the undergrowth, the earth has a smell that bears its name, that is to say of undergrowth. Not all forests have the same smell, and therefore there is not the same quality of forest everywhere. By observing the different forests, we were able to observe variations in the volume and type of microbial life.

If your soil no longer smells, it means that there is no more microbial life. You can also notice it when the earth becomes hard, that it does not absorb the most water and that it no longer returns either.

If your earth smells like putrefaction, the volume of life may be high, but it is affected by a type of life degrading and intoxicating it. This type of life does nothing to help the earth in its fertility.



For this, we have built a radar of microbial life, which has its importance in the type of microbial life.

Soil regeneration micro-organisms: this is typically what is found in fertile forests, where the soil is loose, which smells good, which absorbs water, and restores it in quantity.

Plant regeneration micro-organisms: this is typically the presence of azobacteria, mycorrhizae or all the bacteria and fungi, accomplices that make it possible to capture nitrogen or help the plant in its fungal and insect protection.

Detox microorganisms: by using inputs that are not suitable for the soil, nature tends to want to rebalance itself, and thus microorganisms appear that are there to detoxify the soil. This appearance is linked to the intense use of so-called organic matter fertilizers (animal origin), or when certain inputs contain heavy metals, etc. Although it is a good intention to feed the plants, these inputs require a lot of energy from the soil, and also take up space that prevents regenerating microorganisms from growing and spreading.

Soil degradation micro-organisms: typically their volume increases with increasing Redox. The consequences are well known: decrease in oxygenation, the soils become hard, difficult to work, no longer retain water, erode and the rate of organic matter decreases.

Plant degradation micro-organisms: these are typically pathogenic bacteria and fungi and also insects such as nematodes and wireworms. Their presence increases with oxidation and salinity.



How to reverse this trend: we have developed a product for soils and one for plants.

In the space of 1 to 3 months, depending on the doses applied and their frequency, they reverse this trend.


This change is consequently seen on your soils both in their color, their physical, physico-chemical properties and on the healthy aspect of your crops.



More info on our analyzes : https://www.upness.fr/analyse-de-sol


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