A reverse engineering process eventually led to Argo’s unique, flow-through Vermicast reactor and composting recipe.
The reactor creates fungal-dominated worm castings. They ultimately provide the basis of our pre-decomposing system.
We fuel this system with carefully chosen ingredients. It uses waste from other industries to create a value-added product. Moreover, it is highly effective in achieving optimal plant growth.
Our worm feed includes organic dairy manure spent grains from breweries and tree byproducts. We specifically chose them for their ability to repress negative bacteria.
The resulting mixture is perfect for worm digestion. It breaks down the fecal material down into small, nutrient rich pieces. This allows for maximum exchange between plants and soil.
There is also essentially a fungal block in the mixture. This effectively helps inoculate plants. Moreover, it dictates a faster, more stable growth cycle needless to chemical fertilization.
Subsequently, we produce more plant exudates. This is basically the tradeoff that occurs between the sugars a plant makes and organisms in the soil. As a result, the plant is better equipped to receive the nutrients it needs to grow.
Our soil undergoes a Mehlich-3 saturated paste test. It determines the soil’s nutrient contents, organic lime matter and cation exchange capacity (CEC). These tests have enabled us to design a nutrient baseline that is unique to our company.
Consequently, we can ensure a sustainable, complex living soil. With the help of this soil, you achieve natural, durable and optimum plant growth.