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Fertile Garden Formula

Organic Soil Microbes and Fungi

Supports Plant Immunity

Promotes Nutrient Absorption

Improves Soil Health

Turn lifeless dirt into living soil.

Whether you're sowing seeds, planting small starts, or looking for a regular soil health boost, a sprinkle of Fertile Garden Formula adds a robust mixture of 18 types of healthy soil microbes and mycorrhizal fungi to help reestablish microbial diversity in sterile soil and support seedlings and plant health. 

Microbial soil inoculants like Fertile Garden Formula are documented to improve nutrient absorption, encourage plant resiliency, and improve soil quality. 

Contains the following species of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi:

Rhizophagus intraradices...................13 propagules/g

Rhizophagus aggregatum...................13 propagules/g

Funneliformis mosseae.......................13 propagules/g

Contains the following species of ectomycorrhizal fungi:

Pisolithus Tinctorius............................14,000 spores/g

Rhizopogon villosulus.........................14,000 spores/g

Rhizopogon luteolus............................14,000 spores/g

Rhizopogon amylopogon....................14,000 spores/g

Rhizopogon fulvigleba........................14,000 spores/g

Contains the following species of beneficial microorganisms:

Bacillus subtilis……….......................…….8.75x10⁶ cfu/g

Bacillus licheniformis…….......................8.75x10⁶ cfu/g

Paenibacillus polymyxa…......................8.75x10⁶ cfu/g

Bacillus pumilus…...............….…..........…8.75x10⁶ cfu/g

Paenibacillus durum…….....................….7.49x10⁶ cfu/g

Bacillus amyloliquefaciens…..................7.49x10⁶ cfu/g

Streptomyces lydicus……...................…4.00x10⁵ cfu/g

Streptomyces griseus…....................…..4.00x10⁵ cfu/g

Trichoderma harzianum……...................3.67x10⁵ cfu/g

Trichoderma viride………….....................8.00x10⁴ cfu/g

Certified Organic through OMRI (Organic Materials Review Institute) and CDFA (California Department of Food and Agriculture)

When planting seeds, starts, and transplants, sprinkle granules into seed row or planting hole.

For existing gardens, shake onto the root zone and blend into top layer of soil. Apply monthly.

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