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What is BAC? BAC is an acronym for Beneficial Anaerobic Concentrate. It is a concentrated blend of beneficial anaerobic microorganisms.
Isn’t anaerobic soil a bad thing? Why would we add an anaerobic species to the soil? Anaerobic soils can be detrimental to your crop, but not all anaerobic microbes are bad. Some anaerobic microbes are known as facultative and can exist with or without the presence of oxygen. These species are particularly proficient at residue digestion.
What can BAC be used for? BAC can be used to accelerate the breakdown of residue, suppress soil-borne pathogens, boost mineral uptake, and aid in the fixation of atmospheric nitrogen. BAC can even detoxify the soil of chemical residues.
What is the preferred method of application? BAC is best applied in the fall as a residue digester. It is best practice to apply immediately following harvest while temperatures are above freezing.
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