Microbe Spores

R495.00R995.00

All microbes come in a dry spore form allowing for longer shelf life and higher CFU.

Each 12ml vial comes with a rubber cap for resealing and makes 100 to 200L.

1-2 years shelf life with a CFU/g of 100 billions.

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All microbes come in a dry spore form allowing for a longer shelf life and a higher CFU. They contain no carrier.

Each 12ml vial comes with a rubber cap for resealing and makes 100 to 200L.

Each vial has 1-2 years shelf life with a CFU/g of 100 billions.

We offer a wide range of microbes that can help with most of the common issues encountered in the garden.

The spores need to be diluted in water and either sprayed on the plants or used as a soil drench to inoculate soil.

Synergistic microbes: 

SyMi are a unique and versatile composition of diverse naturally occurring groups of beneficial bacteria and fungi, such as lactic acid bacteria, photosynthetic bacteria and yeasts. They add diversity to the soil and help with the the break down of organic matter. They produce various organic acids, vitamins and other bio-active compounds highly beneficial to the plants and soil biology.

Beauveria bassiana: 

Beauveria bassiana is an entomopathogenic fungus which acts as a parasite on a wide number of insects

Bacillus subtilis:

Bacillus subtilis is a resilient soil microbes producing a wide range of secondary metabolites that will help fight off pathogens such as powdery mildew.

Bacillus thuringiensis: 

Bacillus thuringiensis is a soil dwelling bacteria. It produces specific proteins that can be fatal to a wide range of insects such as caterpillars.

Metarhizium robertsii/anisopliae: 

Metharizium is an entomopathogenic fungus which acts as a parasite on a wide number of insects

Trichoderma harzianum: 

Trichoderma species are non-pathogenic fungi used as a biological control to combat fungal plant diseases as well as improve plant health.

 

 

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Microbes

Synergistic Microbes, Beauveria bassiana, Bacillus subtilis, Bacillus thuringiensis, Metharizium anisopliae, Trichoderma harzianum