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Tree & Plant Health Starts From the Soil

OATH LIFE SYSTEM™ soil amendment supports the vitality of both elder and juvenile trees by optimizing soil conditions through soil biology, soil structure, and soil chemistry. For 20 years, Oath Life Systems™ has been delivering transformative results in the regenerative agriculture industry. Over the years, thousands of customers have experienced the benefits of improved soil health: improved plant health, yield, nutrient density, flavor, aroma and more.

Chad Buckholz, owner of Cactus Wren Landscaping, is excited to bring this system to Prescott to improve the vitality of customers' elder and juvenile trees.  Steve Coyne is a Certified Arborist with EnviroCare Tree Solutions, LLC., consulting with Chad to provide tree services and the OATH LIFE SYSTEM™ to customers. 


This tree located in Prescott, Arizona was treated with the Oath Life Systems™ by Chad Buckholz. 
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Our approach to optimizing tree performance is simple, fast and effective. The vitality of a tree is intimately connected to the condition of the soil surrounding it. The strength and comprehensive efficacy of The OATH LIFE SYSTEM™ soil amendment comes from:

  • A Proprietary, Synergistic Community Of Soil Microorganisms

  • Broad Spectrum Nutrients

  • Biostimulants

  • Advanced Soil Testing


Regeneration of soil structures that create a variety of positive changes in soil's ability to hold and retain water, all of which support the regeneration and proliferation of indigenous organisms.



Increased transfer of bio-available macro/micro nutrients and metabolic pathway improvements, leading to plant health and yield enhancement.

Steve Coyne demonstrates using the Oath Life System 


We do not yet fully understand the relationship between microorganisms and the life they support. There appears to be an intelligence that informs the microbes and the benefits they deliver to their host plant's roots and their soil environment, which, in turn, supports vitality and sustainability. Oath is committed to investing in the research needed to understand this interdependent life-giving partnership.

Oath Soil Life™ contains a proprietary group of soil microbes that commonly inhabit soil and that work together to benefit plant life in the healthy soils of our planet.


All of the microbes found in Oath Soil Life™ feed on and digest the carbon particles found within the soil and on the roots of plants. Carbon in the soil from a variety of sources is used as a food source for these highly beneficial organisms to support and expedite the regeneration of soil, the healthy growth of plants, and natural climate solutions.

More Science 

Key minerals and soil nutrients can not only be lacking or deficient in healthy soils, but can be especially unavailable in soils that have been overwatered, over chlorinated, contain high levels of sodium, or are compacted and degraded. Research has shown that even highly biologically active soils which do not contain bioavailable nutrients can compromise overall tree vitality. To address this, The Oath Life System™ contains over 90 minerals and trace elements in specific ratios to optimize soil condition and support immune system functions.


Research has shown that properly feeding and supporting the soil's microbiology leads to a meaningful increase in a tree's total nutrient density. You can think of it as a similar approach to that taken in human probiotics and prebiotics. The Oath Soil Life™ microbes optimize soil condition to work as a root digestive system whose purpose is to rapidly absorb and increase key macro micro nutrients.

Studies suggest that the increase of certain macro and micro nutrients play a key role in supporting a tree's natural immune defenses. Once the soil a tree has been grown in is properly resourced with the correct microbial populations, the tree is able to quickly catalyze an appropriate immune response.

The Oath Life System™ gives arborists the opportunity to improve the vitality of their customers' elder and juvenile trees within 90 days.

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