Biological farming benefits include a reduction of chemical inputs, suppression of weeds and pests, improved animal health and fertility, reduction in water usage and improved pasture and crop quality without loss of production.
Although not apparent to the naked eye, a healthy soil is a dynamic living system that is teeming with life. Most of the organisms that live in the soil are beneficial micro organisms such as fungi, bacteria, protozoa, nematodes, worms and micro arthropods. While seemingly insignificant, they are represented in their millions in healthy soil, providing a range of important services that promote plant health and vigour.
The interactions among these organism can provide plants with all of the requirements they need to survive and flourish.
Biological farming aims to maintain a healthy soil balance and improved production results.