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Looking for a soil solution?

Nature makes soil by placing many layers of organic material over rock, and having the microorganisms and other soil critters convert it into soil. Various species of plants grow and die and return to the soil, building fertility and complexity with each layer. As the soil improves, different plants grow until a desert becomes a forest. That's all—just layers and layers and layers of organic matter. No digging, no testing, just organic matter continually breaking down into soil, which then feeds the next generation of plants. Soil organisms include the bacteria and fungi, protozoa and nematodes, mites, springtails, earthworms and other tiny creatures found in healthy soil. These organisms are essential for plant growth. They help convert organic matter and soil minerals into the vitamins, hormones, disease-suppressing compounds and nutrients that plants need to grow.

So you have a problem with your soil? CBX has proven to be a major factor in balancing out soil that has become unbalanced. By balancing out the life of your soil with CBX everything that grows within or on that soil will be more productive.

Do you know what soil is? Nature makes soil by placing many layers of organic material over rock, and having the microorganisms and other soil critters convert it into soil. Various species of plants grow and die and return to the soil, building fertility and complexity with each layer.more

CBX tips natures scale to solve problems like these..

 

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How do you build ideal soil?

Find the world's finest soil and it will grow almost anything without a problem.   But take this soil and transport it to a location with poor soil and you will find it will not be as productive. Why? Because the biology in this ideal soil is alive and when moved, the viability of this biology is compromised...

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