Mikro-Myco 4 oz.

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Mikro-Myco is a mycorrhizal superpack, combined with PGPR (Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria) and PSF (Phosphate Solubilizing Fungi). Mikro-Myco boots plants & crops health & growth, and reduces plant / transplant shock. This is the product if you're looking for higher yield rates, drought tolerance, and soil ecosystem enhancement. It contains 4 species of Endo Mycorrhizae (260 cuf/g) and 7 species of Ecto Mycorrhzae (218,000 cfu/g), which work together to enhance the nutrient uptake capacity of plants. 

4oz of Mikro-Myco water-soluble fine powder can treat up to 300 plants (1 gallon pot). Enrich your fertilizer regimen with Mikro-Myco! 

100% Organic. Cultivated and manufactured in the USA.


Brian Wholley, Director of Microbiology

Mikrobs is a superior product based on a diverse inclusion of microbial content and the appropriate nutrients corresponding to the needs of the included microbes. There are many microbial products currently out there available for different agricultural, gardening uses, but most are single-organism based, compared to the diversity of microorganisms in Mikrobs.  Another thing worth noting is the nutritional content.  Most other microbial products are limited to microbial content, excluding any other kind of additional nutrients.  Mikrobs contains a diversified nutrient package with different functions and use rates, ensuring the right conditions for the different microbial consortiums to establish themselves successfully in the soil columns

Bob Brewer, Property Manager / FL

We had eight bromeliads installed in a commercial property during a landscape renovation last May. Half of them died in less than two months, due to Phytophthora causing root rot. I first considered a chemical fungicide, but chemical fungicides should only be used for emergencies, not long term growth! So I sought help from a friend gardener who suggested Mikrobs. With a shovel of fresh garden soil into each pit, and with multiple application of Mikrobs over a couple of months, I am witnessing that all the replacement Bromeliads are still alive and in good shape. Truly, I can’t disapprove- Mikrobs beat out any other soil amendments out there.