Earthfort started in 2004 as an agricultural company with a focus on soil biology. We offer education, consulting, lab analysis, equipment and products for soil remediation. We offer workshops and seminars to include the basics of soil biology, composting, compost teas, and qualitative analysis. Several of the classes are approved for continuing education requirements through the Landscape Contractors Board.
The Earthfort Lab analyzes soil, compost, and compost teas from around the world. This quantitative analysis aids in determining if your soil is the right habitat to encourage the plants you want and discourage the plants you don’t want.
The products and equipment from Earthfort are been lab tested to ensure they will enhance the biology; combined with lab results, you are able to build the correct habitat for your plants. Our clients inlcude home gardeners, landscape contractors, hobby farms, large scale industrial farms, municipalities, and even a state zoo.
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