Intelligence can be defined as: acquired knowledge combined with the ability to use logic and common sense to apply that knowledge in a meaningful or useful manner.
Scientific minds sometimes overlook that which is logical, failing to see the proverbial “trees in the forest”. In agriculture, intelligent science is key to a grower’s ability to successfully grow profitable crops. But many logical aspects of agriculture have been lost in the “forest” such as the rudimentary importance of Nature’s “Carbon Cycle”; the “soil microbial community’s” impact in the soil; and the binding relationships that these have with plant health and subsequent crop productivity.
We at ViTech will continue to utilize our acquired knowledge, logic and common sense in ongoing efforts to develop and provide high quality products for agriculture, as well as other soil, plant, and water management industries.