Kent Armstrong
TerraStryke Products, LLC

Presentation Date: August 25, 2022

Bioremediation 4.0 recognizes the historic importance of planktonic bacteria then reaches beyond by adapting biostimulation strategies that prioritize supporting the ecosystem where indigenous microbial populations reside, not individual planktonic bacteria identified to support specific tasks. This new strategy is designed to support growth of microbial densities such that autoinducing signals reach threshold levels to allow intra- and inter-specie communication and the collective abandonment of a planktonic life for a more productive, collective world, as sessile microbes in a biofilm.

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