Biological products include agricultural and forestry products that improve natural plant nutritional processes, which can result in improved plant health; tolerance to abiotic and other environmental stresses; and improved overall growth, quality, and yield of crops. In doing so, biostimulant products specifically can increase the uptake and utilization of existing and applied nutrients, thus reducing the potential for off-farm nutrient runoff into rivers, lakes, and streams or loss to the atmosphere as greenhouse gasses. The utilization of innovative plant nutrition technologies, such as biofertilizers, plant biostimulants, and other sustainability management practices can be useful tools for enhancing carbon sequestration, conserving and replenishing soil health, reducing carbon emissions.