The CEO of Bio S.I. Technology, Wayne Tucker joinsMichael Horn on Today's Edition of The PM Show!
Soil inoculants are bacteria or fungi that are added to soils in order to improve plant growth by entering into symbiotic relationships with plant root systems. They improve soil condition and promote plant growth by freeing up soil nutrients for plant use and acting as antagonistic organisms against plant pathogens.
Mr. Tucker’s 19 years of experience in developing inoculant products dates back to 1989. Mr. Tucker has conducted extensive research and worked with many notable industry experts including James H. King, Jr.: BS, MA; Gerard O'Donovan, Professor and Former Chairman, Dept. of Biological Sciences, University of North Texas; Michael J. Reber, Park Services Manager, Town of Flower Mound, Texas; and Dr. Benny Bruton of the USDA Research Facility and Noel Garcia of Texas Plant & Soil Lab.
Mr. Tucker is a featured speaker, educator, and industry representative at trade events and state and national agricultural conferences and possesses a broad technical knowledge of micro bacteria, enzymes, fungi, microbes and plant metabolism. He attended the University of Houston and has an extensive educational background in Chemistry and Pharmacy.
Bio S.I. Technology, LLC was incorporated in 2006 and includes a team of experts who have over 20 years of experience producing microbial products since 1989. Bio S.I. solutions are all natural, made with soil borne microbes, and do not contain any laboratory engineered or manipulated microbes. The company constantly strives to improve their products and uses cutting-edge testing methods for improving the consistency of every product they make. For more information about Bio S.I. Technology, or to purchase their cutting-edge formulas, please visit www.biositechnology.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.