Nematodes are small worms of 0.3 mm long. They are clearly visible under a microscope. In addition to the approximately 1,100 good species that helps the plant, there are about 100 species of nematodes that damage the plants or make them sick. With Soil Resetting the harmful species will die and the number of good nematodes strongly increases after treatment.
Every crop has specific nematodes which cause damage. In addition, the occurrence of certain nematodes means that your crops are no longer allowed to grow. Worldwide the damage caused by harmful nematodes is considerable. A lot of costs are therefore being made for cultivating resistant varieties as well to develop chemical agents to combat nematodes.
Nematodes cause growth inhibition and lower yields (up to 50%) because plants die off more quickly. Nutrients through fertilization are not absorbed by the plants and rinse out.
With chemical soil disinfection, nematodes are temporarily inhibited by paralysis and a delayed propagation of the population is sought and/or temporary crop protection is sought. With chemical soil disinfection (fumigants) 80-90% dies and with steam about 90%.
With Soil Resetting, results in scientific laboratory research as well as in field research can be achieved with> 99.5% killing, until no longer demonstrable. This can be explained by the fact that bacteria feel at home in Herbie-worked grounds and can develop massively per cubic cm. The subsequent biochemical reduction process with multiple mechanisms of action is the secondary final for high effectiveness. The bacteria that have developed during the covering of the soil are then nutrition for the good nematodes. These therefore increase considerably in the follow-up cultivation. Growers appreciate this increase in good nematodes and see this group as auxiliaries for their crops.