Global-Life Bio-Stimulant enzymes can be used in waste management, wastewater treatment, poultry litter treatment, and composting applications. Global-Life Bio-Stimulant enzymes can be used in waste management, wastewater treatment, poultry litter treatment, and composting applications.
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Using Global-Life
Bio-Stimulant for chemical-free farming, part 1
Global-Life Bio-Stimulant enzymes can be used in waste management, wastewater treatment, poultry litter treatment, and composting applications.

Although used primarily for waste management, Global-Life Bio-Stimulant is ideal for chemical-free farming. The enzymes cause microbes in the soil to digest the organic waste and convert it to nutrients, similar to earthworm composting. Using Global-Life can actually improve the quality and quantity of a crop yield.


What is chemical-free farming?

Only slightly different than organic farming, chemical-free farming is a technique that does not use chemical pesticides or insecticides on crops. Organic farming uses products that have been certified as "organic."


What's the role of microbial life in my soil?

First of all, it's important to know that all productive soil contains organic matter (i.e. stalks, leaves, stems, etc. left over from last year's crop).

Second, all organic matter contains microbial life which digest the material. This produces more nutrients for the soil, which makes it more fertile.

Third, the quality and quantity of organic matter in the soil determines the effectiveness of the microbes. The more organic matter there is, the more food they have to digest. The more food they digest, the more nutrients they produce.

Just as we discuss in the earthworm composting section of our composting page, microbial compost is just as nutrient-rich and perfectly balanced as earthworm compost, but microbes work more efficently and quickly.


What happens to the nutrients in the soil?

1. Crops use 80 - 90% of the nutrients in the soil.

2. The remaining 10 - 20% are used as Nature's Reserve.

3. After a harvest, the nutrients in the soil are replaced by:

    • remains of the harvest
    • crop rotation
    • adding a carbon source
    • allowing the ground to rest

4. By the next crop, the soil is near 100%.


But is that important? How?

This is VERY important. Because when we grow crops and use chemicals, we not only use that original 80 - 90%, but we BORROW from Nature's Reserve.

That is, we take some of the reserve that was supposed to be used the following year. The use of chemicals makes it more difficult for the soil to recover and replace the nutrients used.

Eventually the reserve is gone and the soil is depleted. New crops cannot grow in that soil.


So what? I thought chemicals were supposed to help us?

They do, but they end up hurting us in the long run. Let's imagine a bank account that earns 10% interest (wishful thinking, we know), and we use the interest on that account. If you withdraw more money than the interest earned, you will eventually deplete your funds.

Bank account #1
(Chemical methods)
Transaction
Bank account #2
(Global-Life)
$100.00
Starting balance
$100.00
$15.00
Withdrawal
$9.00
$85.00
Total
$91.00
$8.50
10% interest earned
$9.10
$93.50
Total
$100.10
$15.00
Withdrawal
$9.00
$78.50
Total
$91.10
$7.85
10% interest earned
$9.11
$86.35
Total
$100.21

In Bank Account #1, we use 15% of our fund, but only earn 10% interest. Eventually our money will be gone. In Bank Account #2, we earn 10% interest, but only use 9%, eventually, we will have more money than when we started.

The same is true with farming. If you can add more nutrients, the soil will become more nutrient rich, and produce higher yields with better quality.


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Global-Life Bio-Stimulant enzymes can be used in waste management, wastewater treatment, poultry litter treatment, and composting applications. Global-Life Bio-Stimulant enzymes can be used in waste management, wastewater treatment, poultry litter treatment, and composting applications.