Increase Yields With Fewer Inputs

The prices for common fertilizers continue to sit at near historic highs.  Three years of supply chain disruptions, global conflict and shipping challenges have caused the cost of fertilizers and other soil inputs to surge.  A recent article in Yahoo Finance  highlights just how dire the situation has become.

 "Farming is one of the very few industries out there where we are a price-taker for all of our inputs and all of our outputs. We don't control anything in that process," Graves said. "When you squeeze the profit margin to the point where you can't make money farming, and that's when we start losing farmers, it's vitally important that we give as much opportunity to farmers as possible. "

A lack of affordable fertility is resulting in lower yields and dramatic increases in food costs as farmers struggle to feed and care for their crops.  It isn't just commercial farmers feeling the pinch, however.  Smaller organic grows and home gardeners are finding that their costs to grow fruits and vegetables have become prohibitive.

 The situation may not be as gloomy as it appears, however. The rising price of synthetic fertilizers has caused many to finally make the switch to organic nutrients that can be produced locally by repurposing waste products.  Composting, teas, manures and fish emulsions are suddenly become viable ways to nourish crops - resulting in broad environmental improvements and more nutritious yields.  This may have been the wake up call that many of us have been waiting for!

 Organic REV should be a primary component of any plan to reduce the use of chemical fertility or to switch to a fully organic protocol.  REV, while not a fertility product, is able to improve nutrient uptake, improve plant health and increase yields while dramatically reducing fertility and other chemical interventions.  REV replaces depleted soil carbon & bacterial biomass - and absorbs nutrients to make them more readily available to plants via their root systems.

 REV is naturally rich in organic carbon, humates & microbials. The humic acid in REV is not ordinary humic acid that is chemically-extracted from leonardite, lignite, or other coals.  Rather, it is 100% naturally-occurring - along with exceptionally high levels of naturally-occurring microbial biomass that can increase nitrogen efficiency by up to 25%

 Despite dramatic increases in production and shipping costs, we have not raised our pricing.  All of our SKU's, from our 8oz bottles to our 275 gallon ag totes have remained at 2019 pricing!

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