Mycorrhizae are nature’s soil inoculants, tiny fungal filaments that work symbiotically with plant roots to help them absorb more moisture and nutrients. They also release enzymes which help break down nutrients into forms more easily utilized. Mycorrhizae occur naturally in soil but are often depleted by cultivation, chemical use, compaction or topsoil erosion. Re-introducing them to soil or directly to your plant’s roots is easy. Read More
• Encourages vigorous root growth
• Reduces transplant shock
• Minimizes need for supplementation by increasing uptake
• Increases drought tolerance
AZOS is a nitrogen-fixing bacteria (Azospirillum brasilense) that provides …
BushDoctor Microbe Brew
A natural and organic blend specially formulated to help plants achieve optimum …
Hand crafted with pure essential amino acids and balanced carbohydrates …
This beneficial soil inoculant increases plant biomass and yield by up to 300%.
MYKOS 30 (6-4-4)
MYKOS 30 provides a single, one time treatment for vegetable and flower beds.
Plant Success (3-1-2)
A mixture of beneficial fungi that are well suited to a wide variety of soils, climates …
Root Rally (0-3-0)
Applied to the plant's root system this 100% premium organic blend will reduce …
Contains 21 species of fungal spores to strengthen and improve plant root systems.
Increases nutrient and water uptake and improves most plants’ growth and vigor.
Contains a blend of vitamins, humic acid and twelve beneficial microorganisms …
Returns life to the soil and helps break down organic matter, converting it into …
Teaming with Microbes
The Organic Gardener's Guide to the Soil Food Web. This revised edition updates …
The Soul of Soil
A Soil-Building Guide for Master Gardeners and Farmers.
Greatly improves plant and root growth, vigor, and production… naturally!