November 7, 2019
tree planting and weighing options

Microbial Choices for Trees

There is a challenge that is evolving in the landscaping, horticulture and agriculture industries. A few years ago, the challenge was educating users about what beneficial microbes […]
October 28, 2019
yucca plant

Harnessing Hardiness

When you think of a lush and thriving garden, the arid Southwest is not what comes to mind. Plants in the desert and high, dry plains need […]
September 26, 2019
Dense network of fine plant roots

The Networked Landscape

It could be easy to view Mycorrhizal fungi as a topical treatment — something with very localized and plant-specific benefits. After all, you apply inoculant root dips […]
September 23, 2019
Rich soil on forest floor

7 Reasons to Use Mycorrhizae

If you see a photo of the rainforest, or really the forest floor of any climate, how would you describe the soil? More than likely, the word […]
September 12, 2019
girl with tree to plant

3 Ways to Apply Mycorrhizae to Trees

Mycorrhizae are beneficial underground fungi that significantly enhance your plant’s root system and therefore its nutrient uptake, establishment in new environments, and overall vitality — naturally. Here’s […]
September 9, 2019
Furman University sign

Campus Tour: Furman University

In any business, it can be easy to get so focused on product that you lose sight of the user. We proactively seek to avoid this, which […]
August 22, 2019

Superabsorbent Gels vs. Tree Bags

A while back, tree bags were a novel approach to keeping newly planted trees watered. Water would seep out of the bottom of the bag over the […]
August 20, 2019
Sea Kelp is a powerful organic ingredient

Surf to Turf?

We often refer to our approach as following nature’s own design when it comes to energizing plant life and the soils they grow in. The active, interdependent […]
August 6, 2019

Killer Construction

Construction sites are often brutal on the land. While the building of something new is exciting, the soil pays a price in the meantime.  It is stripped […]
August 2, 2019
flower made of water splashing

“Just Right” Watering

Water is essential to life, especially plant life in the middle of summer!  There are many well-known tips and guidelines you probably already follow, but sometimes there […]
July 23, 2019
three areas to target for plant success

The Third Zone

When you want plants to thrive around a property, whether you are doing so as a homeowner or whether your job and business reputation depend on it, […]
July 16, 2019
dead transplanted tree

Budget Tip for Parks & Rec

The image above is an actual photo taken just this week in a midwestern city not to be named here. What you see is not just a […]
July 3, 2019
Fungal hyphae are like a highway

A Match Made in Dirt

Soil isn’t just “dirt,” it’s an amazing ecosystem of its own. Thus when choosing a soil amendment or biostimulant, we believe the best approach is to set […]
June 26, 2019
Transplant shock ends up in finger pointing

Avoiding the Blame Game

When purchased plants fail to thrive in their new environment, a blame game can erupt — and often does. The end user instinctively looks at the installer […]
June 19, 2019
Mycorrhizae as a soil amendment

The Full Spectrum of Soil Amendments

Soil amendments are not a new concept. It has been known and practiced for years that the success of a plant is not just dependent on its […]