During the past 10,000 years, humans have selected about 10 species of animals and 20 species of plants that provide about 90% of our food. This handful of plant and animal resources has provided us with global game changers but, as concerns for global food security grow alongside an expanding global population, biological products in agriculture provide an excellent opportunity for enhancing productivity while minimizing ecological footprint and increasing our resilience to climate change. Biologicals are broadly categorized as biostimulants and biopesticides, which are applied to plants, seeds and the rhizosphere.