Biofertilizer

A biofertilizer (also bio-fertilizer) is a substance which contains living microorganisms which, when applied to seeds, plant surfaces, or soil, colonize the rhizosphere or the interior of the plant and promotes growth by increasing the supply or availability of primary nutrients to the host plant. Biofertilizers add nutrients through the natural processes of fixing nitrogen in the soil or in the roots of plants such as legumes, solubilizing phosphorus, and stimulating plant growth through the synthesis of growth-promoting substances.

EndoMaxima (Advanced)

The industries highest spore count mycorrhizal fungi product containing 3 million living spores of a generalist endo species of mycorrhizae that can associate with the majority of plants on Earth. This product can be applied where Vacuum Air Planters are used to plant crops.

EndoMaxima (Standard)

One of the soil ecology industries highest spore count mycorrhizal fungi (second only to EndoMaxima Advanced) product containing 1,450.000 living spores of a generalist endo species of mycorrhizae that can associate with the majority of plants on Earth.

MycoMaxima

A blend of both Endo and Ecto species of mycorrhizal fungi. Used in Agro Forestry tree seedling production, pecan orchards, landscaping, mine reclamation and urban landscaping.

Consortium BIOpack Soil Probiotic

The industries highest live cell count of beneficial soil biota with each species provided exact benefits to the plants they are associated with. This product is ATTC Certified (American Type Culture Collection) and USDA Biobased Certified.

White Lightning

MycoMaxima packaged for retail stores.