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Barrett Ersek
Barrett Ersek
CEO, Holganix
Taking a probiotic approach to turf and plant care boosts plant health naturally by balancing the good, bad and benign soil microorganisms. Stronger, healthier plants means less disease and weather stress issues. Watch my video above to learn more about what it means to take a probiotic approach.
Webinar: Digging Into The Soil Food Web

Within the natural world, there exists a complex balance among living organisms known as the “food web.” Plants, animals and microorganisms are all instruments in an orchestra; each plays a crucial part in the natural symphony of life. If even one of the players is out of tune, the whole soil food web suffers. However, when everything is in order, the results are beautiful. In this webinar, we’ll explore different parts of the natural symphony of the soil including:

1. Beneficial Microorganisms

2. The Soil Food Web

3. Soil Foundation Types

This webinar is scheduled for June 16 at 2:00 PM EST and is hosted by Holganix's Director of Soil Sciences, Dr. Bob. 

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Memorial Tournament Volunteers!

Last week, Holganix employees Chris and Kaitlyn volunteered at Muirfield Village Golf Club to assist with preparations for their 40th Annual Memorial Tournament. Check out their video where Chris and Kaity, under the direction of Muirfield’s Horticulturist, Tim Hollowell CGCS, perform a Holganix-rich root drench prior to planting annuals and perennials that will line the exquisite course.

A big thank you from the Holganix team to everyone at Muirfield Village for giving Chris and Kaitlyn the chance to get an insider's perspective of the golf world and the meticulous tournament preparation. Good luck to the entire Muirfield team this week! We all know you are working hard! Be sure to watch the Memorial Tournament live next week on The Golf Channel or CBS.

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Video: Soil - From Dirt to Lifeline

"The most important inheritance we can leave for our children is biologically earthy soil. It's our life line for the the future and each of us can help make that happen," states Fred Kishemann in a TEDX Manhattan presentation.

According to Kichemann, "soil is not dirt. Soil is a very vibrant living community.... There are more living microorganisms beneath the surface of the soil than above it." Kishermann sites United Nations' reports stating that 25% of the Earth's soil has been degraded.

In the video, Kishermann offers several solutions. Skip to the end of the presentation for comments on composting. Click the Read More button to watch the full TEDX Talk. 

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