Living Ecosystems

Verma Compost

REPLACE CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS WITH ORGANIC GOODNESS
Worm casting, beneficial fungus and bacteria and other organics form the foundation for our compost tea. As a result of using compost tea in place of chemical fertilizers, we see less botrytis and certain foliar diseases. The compost tea coats the leaves with good soil biota, which ensures plant diseases are quickly eaten before they do damage. 

Commercial Brewer

TEA'S READY!

​An effective tea brewer pulls air in from both the bottom and the top of the unit, ensuring well-oxygenated tea to keep biota alive. 

Compost Tea

BUBBLING AND BREWING WITH OXYGEN

Beneficial microbes displace bad ones because they occupy the same habitat. Harmful ones have a much harder time establishing themselves.

Probiotic soils

ENFUSED WITH MICRORHYZOMES AND MORE

We build a living soil by starting with weed-free sterile soil and add mycorrhiza and other beneficials to start the biology over. 

Beneficial Insects

USING PREDATORS TO CATCH THE PEST

A combination of predatory insects control the pests that would damage our crops. The use of these insects are tailored to each crop based on the pest and season. The healthy environment we create also encourages beneficial creatures, like spiders, to make our greenhouse their home as well.