Farmers Embrace New Technology to Relieve Drought Pressure and Increase Fruit & Vegetable Quality/Quantity Using Less Water

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FLORIDA (VIA PRWEB) AUGUST 13, 2015 — Xgenex LLC, a Ponte Vedra Beach Florida biotechnology business, has entered into a commercial agreement with microorganism innovation company ABOS, for the North American sales of OMRI listed TerraBella organic sustainable soil corrective and root inoculant, that improve produce quality and increase yield in a variety of soils […]

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“Peak Soil”

A few decades ago, talk in investment circles often came around to the term ‘peak oil,’ the notion that the world’s increasingly limited supply of oil was converging with rapidly accelerating demand. A similar idea–one with a notable, familiar ring–is making its way into the lexicon of today: peak soil (see the recent Reuters story).  Soils […]

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Water: The 21st Century Challenge

Around the United States and the globe, communities are coming to terms with the need for safe, effective means of water remediation. In Idaho, regulators and state officials are struggling to find innovative ways to clear phosphorous from the Boise River. In Texas, areas facing sustained drought (one even longer than the drought that now threatens the […]

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Scientists Focused on the Power of Microbes

Listen to Gwyn Beattie, professor of bacteriology at Iowa State University and one of the author’s of How Microbes Can Help Feed the World, speak on NPR’s Morning Edition about the potential of microbes as part of the American Academy of Microbiology’s important goal of reducing chemical inputs by 20 percent and increasing crop yields by 20 percent […]

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Microbes Making a Difference

Microbes continue to earn recognition as critical contributors to the miracle of agriculture. Among the growing body of microbial research is now a study by David Mills, Nicholas Bokulich, and others associated with the University of California at Davis. Their report, entitled Microbial Biogeography of Wine Grapes is Conditioned by Cultivar, Vintage, and Climate, as contributed to […]

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Vineyard Wastewater Treatment Data

It’s been a while since we’ve posted, but that has nothing to do with anything other than that we’ve been very busy spreading word of AquaBella (and TerraBella) all over. Anyway, here’s something you’ll undoubtedly find very interesting: “Use of AquaBellaMicrobial Products to Reduce Biochemical Oxygen Demand in Vineyard Wastewater Treatment Ponds“–a powerPoint presentation that has […]

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