Fungi vs. Bacteria

We always get questions like: “How does ACF-SR differ from fungi based products?” Or, “my soil is bacteria dominant, and low in fungi populations. Why would I need more bacteria?”   Fungi and bacteria are both very important for overall soil health. Both need each other, but there are significant differences between the two. By…

For Water

Our ComboPack Treatment program consists of a 2-part, multi purpose biological kit. Each kit includes 1 gallon of ultra-concentrated liquid bacteria for fast acting results (PondPerfect), plus one slow-release, powder-based biodegradable EcoSock for long-lasting protection. ​Using ComboPacks will restore large ponds and dugouts to a healthy, balanced state. This all natural product is odourless, and…

Technical Discussion

ACF-SR delivers a broad spectrum of function-focused, beneficial soil bacteria, including difficult to stabilize, non-sulfur photosynthetic species.​There are 3 types of microorganisms in our microbial blends:​​ Photosynthetic bacteria supply energy from light, fix nitrogen and carbon, degrade toxic chemicals, and supply organic carbon to plants for growth. These bacteria improve the efficiency and effectiveness of CO2 fixation Vegetative strains improve the…

Velocity Green Outlines Response Actions to COVID-19 and Reinforces its Commitment to Canada’s Agriculture Sector

Norfolk County, ON – March 23rd, 2020 – As Velocity Green responds to COVID-19, the health and safety of our team and customers remains our top priority. As a supplier to the Ontario and Eastern Canada agriculture sector, we’re committed to being there when our customers and colleagues need us most.  Here’s how we’re responding:…

New Research from Penn State indicates Dollar Spot becoming increasingly resistant to Fungicides

Science Daily reported findings from Penn State University researchers that show Dollar spot – a disease that proves to be an ongoing challenge for North American Golf Course managers – is becoming resistant to fungicides being used to control it. Golf courses spend thousands of dollars on several applications per year, but the repeated applications “act as…