Whether you grow corn, soybeans, small grains, alfalfa, sugar beets, potatoes, run a livestock farm, or grow organic produce, making the transition to regenerative agriculture can help you achieve higher-yielding, higher-quality crops that are naturally resistant to disease, pests, and extreme weather.
With one-on-one mentoring with ST Biologicals and our regenerative agriculture products, you can reduce input costs and enjoy higher economic returns without wasting time and money finding a solution through trial and error.
Discover the six regenerative agricultural principles that contribute to improved soil health.
Reduce tillage, overgrazing, and increase nutrient placement and timing.
Keeping roots in place and growing a cover crop provide a steady source of food for organisms.
Including organic nutrients closes the nutrient loop and reduces the need for fertilizers.
Diversify rotations and cover crops to diversify soil and build resilience.
Soil cover reduces erosion and evaporation and helps lower soil temperatures.
By following these principles, you’ll lay the groundwork for ever-improving topsoil and better overall results, year after year.
With our mentoring and regenerative agriculture products, you will start reaping the benefits of regenerative agriculture within the first year and reach full benefits in just three to five years. It’s a system that’s good for your profits, your health, and the planet.
Without their advice and expertise, we probably wouldn’t have the chance to still be farming today.
ST Biologicals walked with us along every step of the process, guaranteeing success. Without their advice and expertise, especially given the current volatile state of the farm economy, we probably wouldn’t have the chance to still be farming today. I would highly recommend STB. They truly have your farm’s best interest at heart.
These photos were taken on the same day in early May in adjacent fields. The samples were taken just a few feet apart. The before image is from a field that has not been farmed regeneratively. You can see the roots are hard and lifeless. The after image is from a field that has been farmed regeneratively for five years. The roots are pliable and healthy.