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Regenerate Soil with Terreplenish Living Microbes

Terreplenish® is an OMRI-listed microbial inoculant that contains free-living nitrogen-fixing bacteria, phosphorous solubilizing bacteria (PSB'S), amino acids and many other stabilized beneficial microbes that thrive in soils.

OUR PRODUCT

 Terreplenish Solves Today's Agricultural Challenges. 

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Increases yields

with less water

Diverts food waste from landfills

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Reduce need for chemical fertilizers

Increases soil

microbe population

ABOUT TERREPLENISH

Soil Regenerating Microbes

Terreplenish is the regenerative agriculture solution to the complex issues our ecosystem faces today.

These living, native microbes, found naturally in the healthiest soils are created by combining next-gen science and technology with an ancient fermentation process.

The result is a proprietary, pathogen-free, nutrient enriching, live nitrogen-fixing microflora concentrate. 

Its nitrogen-fixing effects naturally improve soil and plant health, increase yields, and protect plants from diseases and pests.

Terreplenish is the only nitrogen-fixing product made from recycled food scraps, diverting millions of tons of waste from landfills.

  • OMRI-listed as a microbial inoculant without any restrictions.

  • USDA BioBased® certified product,

  • CFDA registered soil amendment, allowing it to be used for the most stringent organic food production.

  • Available for small and large farms.

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Available in Bottle (64oz), Jug (2.5 gallon), Tote (275 gallon), and Tankers for large scale agriculture

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The Impact of Live Microbes On Our Food Supply

Over generations, our soil has been depleted of its natural nutrients and biological balance, making it susceptible to disease and pests, and requiring more and more chemical applications. 

What's called for isn't just a sustainable solution, but a regenerative one. Organic farming may not be enough. Millions of acres of agricultural land need to be restored to its natural healthy state.

Our national and global food supply depends on the natural biological regeneration of our soil: meaning, beneficial bacteria...

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