Introducing our workhorses:
Meet our microbes
Beneficial microbes are microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, and viruses that can provide various advantages to their host or surrounding environment. These microbes can be found everywhere, including the soil, water, and inside the bodies of animals and humans.
Some examples of beneficial microbes include:
Probiotics: These are live bacteria and yeasts that are beneficial to the human body, particularly to the digestive system. They help improve gut health and boost the immune system.
Nitrogen-fixing bacteria: These bacteria are found in the soil and are capable of converting atmospheric nitrogen into a form that plants can use. This helps increase soil fertility and improve plant growth.
Decomposers: These microbes break down dead organic matter and recycle nutrients back into the ecosystem. This is essential for maintaining the balance of nutrients in the environment.
Bioremediation microbes: These microbes are used to clean up pollution and contaminants in the environment. They can break down pollutants such as oil spills, pesticides, and heavy metals.