Larger berries are the key to more profit per acre, and data confirms you can easily increase average diameter by up to 11% in just two weeks!
Every year since 1977 when the Kyoto Protocol established legally binding obligations for developed countries to reduce and mitigate greenhouse gas emissions, the UN has convened world leaders to assess progress and take meaningful actions to fight climate change.
Locus AG attended the Climate Underground Meeting to learn more about regenerative agriculture and ways to use natural-based solutions to combat climate change.
Locus AG started working with Dr. Katie Lewis from Texas A&M AgriLife to better understand Rhizolizer’s ability to reduce GHG emissions from agricultural soils.
Climate change is the defining issue of our time and now is the defining moment to do something about it. There is still time to tackle climate change, but it will require an unprecedented effort from all sectors of society.
“By using regenerative agricultural practices, soil can remove 65 to 75 parts per million of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. That would mean in 25 to 50 years, the 135 billion tons of carbon lost into the atmosphere can be restored to the soil where it belongs."
As California’s citrus industry continues to add to the area under quarantine for HLB and the Florida market works to rebuild productivity, growers across the country are looking for natural and effective approaches that have been successfully implemented in key citrus regions.