Customer Spotlight: Living Water

Sales rep Brent taking a soil sample at one of the farms in West Texas

Leveraging microBIOMETER® for Increased Soil Health

Our customer Living Water has been utilizing microBIOMETER® to enhance their approach to sustainable farming and to refine their microbial treatments, ensuring they meet the specific needs of each farm.

Their innovative system integrates with the existing irrigation setup to distribute beneficial microbes effectively. With the help of microBIOMETER®’s soil testing, they are able to analyze microbial biomass and adjust the microbial mixes they provide each month, ensuring optimal soil health.

Key Benefits:

  • Data-Informed Microbial Applications: Utilizing the microBIOMETER®’s tool, they are able to gather real-time soil health data that informs the customization of their microbial treatments.
  • Enhanced Soil and Crop Health: Regular infusions of beneficial microbes improve nutrient cycling, leading to healthier plant roots and better crop resilience.
  • Reduced Costs and Increased Efficiency: By enhancing soil biology, their system reduces the need for chemical inputs and conserves water, leading to significant savings.
  • Ease of Use: Their automated bioreactor, combined with quick soil health assessments from microBIOMETER®, simplifies the entire process, allowing farmers to focus more on other aspects of their operations.

Living Water and microBIOMETER®’s collaboration is the result of their shared passion for soil health and their quest to transform farming with data-driven microbial management.

About Living Water: Living Water is a visionary agricultural technology company with a mission to redefine the way farmers approach soil health. Their flagship product is a subscription-based automated microbe bioreactor that seamlessly infuses essential nutrients into every irrigation cycle. Designed to deliver maximum efficiency with minimal labor, this innovative system eliminates the need for labor-intensive hauling, mixing, or application processes. Learn more at WeSaveSoil.

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