Wednesday, February 21, 2018



One of our first microbiological products is Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizal (VAM) is a fungus that penetrates the roots of a vascular plant in order to help them to capture nutrients from the soil. These fungi are scientifically well known for their ability to uptake and transport mineral nutrients from the soil directly into host plant roots. Approximately 80% of known plant species, including most economically important crops, have a known symbiosis with them.


Solvita technology was discovered in 1994 by Drs. Brinton and Droffner, two scientists possessing decades of experience in environmental biology and chemistry. Their hope in this innovation was to revolutionize the field of biological respiration testing, combining it with a perspective on gaseous emissions to provide a truly practical and realistic indicator of the behavior and properties of composts, soils and feedstuffs as they affect end use. Solvita has advanced across several markets and is inspiring researchers and growers in new ways to gauge the quality of their products.

…for stability of recycled and composted products
…for biological activity and N-mineralization potential of soils
…for fungal respiration and spoilage of feeds and grains