OrganiLock Explained

The Company

Step into the future of truly sustainable soil health with OrganiLock! In a world grappling with soil crisis and environmental challenges, making a conscious decision to nourish soils lays the groundwork for a more robust and resilient agricultural system - and planet.

Did you know that nearly 9% of US farm animals never make it to processing. That's a vast reserve of organic nitrogen and other essential nutrients going to waste. At OrganiLock, we tap into this neglected resource, transforming animal mortality into a potent, renewable solution for soil nutrition.

We merge age-old wisdom with cutting-edge technology, creating a circular life cycle where animals enrich the soil, soil feeds plants, plants feed animals, and animals enrich the soil again. Our patent-pending process and innovative machinery reincorporate animal mortality back into this cycle, unveiling a powerful tool for rejuvenating our planet's soil.

While traditional methods like composting can have their place, the urgency of our situation demands more. We need swift, scalable solutions - and that's exactly what OrganiLock delivers. By making the conscious decision to nourish our soils, we're not just fueling plant growth - we're laying the groundwork for a more robust and resilient agricultural system. This is about more than feeding the world today; it's about regenerating our soils for a healthier, more abundant tomorrow.

With OrganiLock, you're investing in a solution that not only meets the demands of the present but also safeguards the future of our planet. Let's cultivate a better world, one where sustainable farming isn't just an option, but the norm. Together, we can make this vision a reality!

The Products

Soil Food

Soil Food is a new type of 4-in-1 soil amendment that gives you better soil - fast.

  • Potent Organic Fertilizer
  • Beneficial Microbes
  • Microbe Food (Our “secret sauce”)
  • Premium biochar

    Soil Food can be used on any soil (in-ground, raised beds, containers, indoor potted plants) to grow any type of plant (vegetables/fruits, herbs, trees/turf, flowers, cannabis, houseplants).

    Soil Food Certificate of Analysis

    Soil Food is OMRI listed.

  • Plant Food

    Plant Food is fast-acting liquid nutrition concentrate appropriate for any plant.

  • vegetables/herbs
  • trees/turf
  • flowers
  • cannabis
  • houseplants

    Use as a foliar spray or root drench. Plant Food also incorporates OrganiLock’s circle-of-life technology and reincorporates animal mortality back into the food system. Made using OrganiLock’s Bio-Liquidator technology.

    Plant Food Certificate Of Analysis

    Plant Food is not certified organic.

  • OrganiLock Holds A Steadfast Belief:

    👍Feed The Soil

    The key to regenerating and creating healthy soil lies in nourishing the soil itself, rather than solely focusing on the needs of the plants.

    👎Neglect The Soil

    Conversely, today’s traditional farming and regenerative solutions center largely around feeding the plant first - to then feed the soil.

    Conventional practices do a poor job of maintaining soil health.

    The Solution:

    Feed the Soil
    Food Web

    We know that soil is home to a host of living organisms that are needed for healthy soil to exist.

    We also know all living organisms need fuel to survive and hopefully thrive! Not all the organisms in the soil do the same job.

    Some microbes function as fuel breakdown engines – while most others use that digested fuel to work in harmony with root structures to create healthy plants.

    The regenerative soil movement recognizes the need for biodiversity, but when it comes to productive solutions and applications, the results are mediocre at best.

    A rapid and robust solution to soil regeneration is needed, and new technology to accomplish it.

    New technology must supplement or replace synthetic nitrates. To do this, a significant source of organic nitrogen and other minerals that are renewable, available, and affordable are required.

    Our historical records indicate that by the early 1900s, we faced a shortage of organic nutrients to nourish our farms when the global population was merely 1 billion. Fast forward to today, with a population of 8 billion, the question looms:

    Where will we source those nutrients, now?...120 years later?

    A nod to techniques of antiquity is necessary:

    OrganiLock asserts that animal mortality represents an untapped resource pool of organic nutrients. We are leveraging this substantial, available, renewable, pre-distributed, and cost-effective solution to give growers access to sustainable and affordable organic nutrients.

    Soil Food is comprised of 4 key ingredients:

  • animal mortality (organic nitrogen and other nutrients),
  • organic carbon (sawdust/manure),
  • biochar,
  • and beneficial microbes to optimize soil nutrition and foster an environment conducive to enhanced plant growth.

    The Solution Is Simple: Feed The Soil

    Feeding the soil requires the feeding of the primary nutrient processors. These mini processors need a diet of organic nitrogen and carbon (just like a compost pile). For our purposes, these processors are tools to process concentrated food into a form the rest of the biosphere needs to thrive.

    Microbe Food OrganiLock has created a unique Soil Food designed to feed the primary nutrient processors called saprophytic fungi. Once activated with water, soils inoculated with Soil Food bloom with hyphae - the vegetative branches of the good fungi in the soil. Within 24-48 hours, the fungi grow and multiply throughout the soil so much and so quickly, even the soil surface can show signs of rapid regeneration.
  • The Results

    Soil Food Is Shown To Improve Crop Yields

    2023 Trial Results Summary


    Compared yields of plots with Soil Food (pellets) vs 10-10-10 synthetic (dry granular). Single, in-ground application of both.

  • Cucumber results - Soil Food plants exceeded synthetics by 17%
  • Yellow Squash results - Soil Food plants exceeded synthetics by 65%

  • Soybeans:

    8 acres, fertilized with broadcast Soil Food pellets pre-planting, then sprayed with Plant Food mid-growth. Only OrganiLock nutrients and herbicide were applied.

    Soil Food Yield:

  • 71 bushels/acre

  • Conventional Yield:

  • KY estimated avg. = 54 bushels/acre
  • US estimated avg. = 50 bushels/acre
  • OrganiLock Soil Food

    A Closer Look

    “Soil Food” refers to a combination of organic materials or substances that serve as a nutrient source for microorganisms.

  • Animal Mortality - Whether derived from poultry, fish, cattle, pigs, or shellfish, these nutrients serve as essential building blocks for the Soil Food. The key lies in packaging them in a manner that maximizes the nutrient content of the raw materials. Mortality resulting from routine factory farming or larger events is deemed ideal as nutrient sources for Soil Food.

  • Organic Matter - We use sawdust as the organic carbon component of our soil food. Other forms of organic matter can be used in the absence of sawdust, but care must be taken to maintain the target C:N ratio of the final product.

  • Biochar - While biochar itself is not a microbe food, it can enhance soil conditions and serve as a habitat for microorganisms. The porous structure of biochar provides a space for microbial colonization, contributing to a healthy microbial community. Our high-quality biochar is a byproduct from creating the heat that is used as the heat source to process the Soil Food.

  • Manure - Small amounts of manure are part of the recipe.

  • Fungi / Bacteria - We enrich the finished soil food product with a broad spectrum of microbes that become active when applied and hydrated.

  • Processing - Our patent pending process dehydrates and pasteurizes the Soil Food. With flash drying temperatures of 1000F and a long dwell time at 200F, the product is free of unwanted pathogens.

  • Shelf Life - OrganiLock Soil Food can be stored for years if kept dry. The dehydrated microbe population will decline insignificantly within the first five years.

  • Applications

    Soil Food is a versatile product. Produced in two configurations (pelleted and powder), it can feed soil or soilless media in virtually all scenarios:

  • Make your own soilless
  • potting mix
  • Rehabilitate existing containers or raised beds
  • Feed the soil in your garden plot
  • Follow-up feed your growing media all year around
  • Feed your trees
  • Regenerate farmland
  • Feed landscape bushes
  • Feed your lawn
  • Boost hay production
  • Use in hydro-seeding

  • See FAQs for more info

    Electrical Conductivity (EC) Meter

    Soil food is very concentrated, so it is important that you know how much to apply. We measure this using an EC meter.

    An Electrical Conductivity (EC) meter, also known as a conductivity meter, is a device used in agriculture to measure the electrical conductivity of a solution.

    Electrical conductivity is an indicator of the concentration of dissolved salts, ions, or nutrients in a liquid, including the nutrient concentration in soil or hydroponic solutions.

    When mixing Soil Food in your soil/media, we recommend the range should be .3 to 1.0 depending on the needs of your plants.

    See our training video on how to use an EC meter when using OrganiLock Soil Food.

    Things To Note

    Quick Facts About Our Products
  • Soil Food makes organic nutrients available for plants to take what they need when they need it.
  • Soil Food unlocks any nutrients previously existing in the soil, making them available to plants.
  • Soil Food and Plant Food work in any growing scenario: from trees to turf to farm fields to raised beds to houseplants.
  • Soil Food rapidly regenerates soil in one application by both adding AND FEEDING microbes.
  • Soil Food is showing increased crop yields when used in depleted soil and less weed pressure with continued use.
  • Soil Food and Plant Food are made mimicking nature’s design using complete, fresh organic matter ingredients; nothing is wasted.
  • Soil Food jump-starts carbon sequestration in the soil by both adding AND FEEDING microbes.
  • Soil Food buffers and stabilizes soil pH, preventing the need for micro-management and additional inputs.
  • Both Soil Food and Plant Food each serve 2 functions - reducing the shelf space and investment cost from 4 products to 2.
  • Soil Food can be used as 1) a soil amendment and 2) a top-dress fertilizer.
  • Plant Food can be used as 1) root-drench fertilizer and 2) a foliar feed fertilizer (which we've been hearing also creates unfriendly environment for bugs/mildew)
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