Recently, Advanced Nutrients has cracked the code for how to maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of microbial products in the root zone of the plant.
The Answer Is Sugar
Or more specifically, the right kinds of sugar. The key is to feed these beneficial bacteria the right carbohydrates so they are able to thrive. The same way that avocados, or blueberries, or coconuts have been talked about recently as “superfoods” for humans, there are certain sugars and combinations of sugars that act like superfood for beneficial bacteria.
This Is How It Works
In the world of microbes, there are four phases of growth, which altogether make one cycle called a growth curve. In order, they are the lag phase, the exponential phase, a stationary phase, and a death phase. They’re all pretty much what they sound like.
The lag phase is an incubation, where they’re getting ready to explode into the exponential phase of growth. To you it feels like waiting, or watching water boil, or paint dry. But underneath it all, they are feeling out the environment, gathering data on just what is available, and thus how and when they should grow. And once they get going, watch out.
Because here comes the exponential phase, where the population quickly doubles and redoubles. This is also when they bestow the benefits inherent in being beneficial bacteria. This phase is where the work is done that will ensure you have thicker roots and shoots, and thus a heavier yield.
But once they notice that resources are running dry, and food is lacking, your microbes begin to prepare for the stationary phase, which is really just a transition into the death phase. It’s a last ditch effort to look for more resources before they have to bite the bullet and just die already.
Then, of course, there’s the death phase. This is where they die and leave their corpses to be consumed by the rest of the root zone, or “rhizosphere”, the scientific name for the entire root zone.
Why You Need Microbial Munch
Remember above, when we said that if your microbes notice resources are running dry, they start to whither? Well that’s where Microbial Munch comes in.
This cocktail of pharmaceutical grade nutrients is aimed directly at full reduction of lag phase, and the maximization of the exponential phase.
Whichever beneficial you’re using for your root zone will be forced into action as soon as possible, and stay in the fight until the bitter end.
They won’t really have a choice. Bacteria are fairly simple organisms, and are easily influenced. Give them their favorite food, and they have all the self control of a pit bull with a bloody steak.
They’re going to eat and they’re going to eat it all. And as long as they do, assuming you have everything else dialed in, you’ll see the sort of growth in your plants that wins the most competitive growing cups in the world.
That’s because Microbial Munch is a precisely blended mix of exacting ratios of the following ingredients:
D-Glucose Non GMO
Di potassium Phosphate
and Ammonium Sulfate
And this specific combination of these ingredients has been tested by our team, who has a very close working relationship with the Department of Biotechnology at Sofia University in Bulgaria. Microbial Munch has been designed and confirmed to be the best at what it does. It’s so precisely designed, in fact, it wouldn’t be a stretch to call it the only product of its kind.
Test Microbial Munch on your next crop, and see the difference yourself!
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Microbial Munch 2 mL/L 2 mL/L
Conversions: 1 Teaspoon = 5mL | 1 Tablespoon = 15 mL | 1 Ounce = 30mL | 1 Cup = 240 mL