The foundation of our civilization is just 10 inches deep.

Bio Solutions

Our soil has been  gifted to us, a real treasure worth preserving for the well being of future generations.  It we may appear strange to most people, but as farmers we all know this is true.

Most crops that we are dependent on for our daily needs absorb most of their nutrients from the top soil which is just about 10 inches deep – the “furrow slice”.  This is therefore the most precious bit of real estate that Mother Earth has given to the world.  It requires 10,000 years to replace just one inch of top soil.  If we don’t take care of this precious gift and let it deplete from the application of chemical additives even God cannot help us. The remains of great human civilizations of the past, right from the Indus Valley in India and Mesopotamia to Egypt, all bear mute testimony to this fact.

Utilizing bio solutions in lieu of the conventional methods presently being employed is the answer to this dilemma of preserving our precious top soil for future generations. To that end TGT is introducing a line of innovative natural products and organic compositions that result in reduced fertilizer usage, decreased irrigation requirements, replacement of harmful pesticides and fungicides with organic solutions that perform even better all while increasing yields of quality crops.   The benefits of our methods can be seen surprisingly quickly, as early as 7 –10 days after germination, and this early advantage is carried forward up to maturity.

When environmental friendly products are designed to be more effective than the conventional practices they replace, then consumer acceptance in the short term is fairly rapid and long term sustainability of new practices is also assured.\


 Crops experience a lot of stress over their growing periods, this can come not just from weeds, disease and insect pests but from adverse soil and agro climatic conditions. Sometimes a sudden increase in temperatures during grain formation can actually hasten maturity and reduce grain size, thereby reducing yields. High temperatures can result in flower and fruit dropping  as well, this can have a disastrous impact on yields and profits.

For instance in wheat, it is well known that early senescence of leaves results in reduced photosynthesis during the critical grain formation stage. The energy produced during photosynthesis contributes to over 75% of grain yields and just 25% comprises stored energy in the stems and roots.

It has been observed, that the use of  our organic products actually helps delay senescence, the crop remains green for a longer period giving that short extended lifeline to crops that help farmers get a better harvest despite adversity.

The fact that the of our products actually results in thicker stems, and root as well as more tillers is an added bonus, since plants are able to create and store larger amounts of energy when the going is good.  It is these small but crucial benefits they deliver, that have enabled our products to have performed remarkably even under adverse conditions and helped reduce losses due to such biotic and abiotic stresses helping farmers harvest better crops consistently.

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Microbes  is the next major platform in agriculture that will drive yield and productivity beyond the seed itself and seed treatments incorporating those microbes are the biggest near-term opportunity.

Creating a symbiotic relationship with roots and seeds, microbes confer benefits that make plants more efficient and productive. The high cost of developing new chemical pesticides, rising insect and weed resistance to chemical treatments, and growing regulatory pressures to limit chemicals in the environment all figure into the recently found interest in beneficial microbes

Rhizobacteria and mycorrhizal fungi, for instance, form a relationship with plant roots that can increase crop biomass, sugar content, and disease resistance.   With the right microbes, scientists can “positively impact almost any plant phenotype 

Beneficial microbes are the probiotics of the plant world. Just as yogurt makers add bacteria such as Lactobacillus to promote human health and well-being, beneficial microbes are intended to enhance plant vigor and productivity.

Microbial treatments “could work well where soil is depleted because of flooding or drought,” Harwood says. But where the soil is healthy, treatments may have little effect, just as a healthy person is unlikely to benefit much from probiotic supplements, he suggests.

Exceptions do exist, however, no matter the soil condition, adding nitrogen-fixing rhizobacteria helps leguminous plants take up more nitrogen.  Inoculated into the soil with the seeds, the bacteria form a symbiotic relationship with plants such as soybeans and peanuts that helps them access the nutrient.

Even when soil would benefit from microbes, the challenge is getting them to work predictably,   Microbes’ performance can vary depending on soil composition, temperature, and moisture, as well as the type of plant  to which they are applied.  TGT selects and breeds microbes that will perform reliably whatever the plant or soil condition might be.  TGT offers mono cultures of any of its consortia of organisms to accommodate any issue confronting the grower.