Biofilms in Agronomy

Biofilms in Agronomy


Biomatter is a defining component to crop production.


These first two images were initially assumed to be the result of children playing in the water with soap, and the soap drying on the surface of the turf. In actuality, the turf had been put on the WaterSOLV™ Injectable water treatment program, and the reaction of the chemistry lifted the biofilms that had been formed over time on top of the soil, beneath the turf. Technically, this film is called polysaccharide, another term, bio-film.