Recharge beneficial bacteria
“Recharge takes the guesswork (and gimmicks) out of gardening indoors or out! This microbe super-pack is loaded with goodies like Kelp and Molasses and designed for performance gardeners looking to grow high-quality gardens without all the hassle of brewing compost teas. A little Recharge each time you water makes growing quality plants simple. ”

Great White

Great White Mycorrhizae fungi
“Great White is the most advanced mycorrhizal product on the market today. The cutting edge formula contains 15 different species of mycorrhizal fungi, 19 different species of beneficial bacteria, 2 species of Trichoderma, plant vitamins, and glycine all in one product.”



Mammoth P microbial biostimulant that naturally elevates phosphorus & micronutrient bioavailability.
“MAMMOTH P is a university-tested patent-pending microbial biostimulant that naturally elevates phosphorus and micronutrient availability to support healthy vigorous plant growth. For use during vegetative and flowering stages in all media – from hydroponic to organic potting mixtures to soils.”


Root's Organic Oregonism endo and ecto mycorrhizae, trichoderma and beneficial bacteria
“Oregonism XL is a custom blend of six endo/ecto mycorrhizae species, two types of Trichoderma, and thirteen species of beneficial bacteria, as well as yucca, humic acid and soluble kelp. Oregonism XL helps to increase nutrient uptake, encourages vigorous root systems and helps plants resist stress. The blend increases root mass and size by colonizing the root system with symbiotic fungi and bacteria.”


Xtreme Gardening

Xtreme Gardening MyKos Mycorrhizae Fungi
“Unleash the power of your soil with Mykos natural root enhancer! Mykos Mycorrhizal Fungi have been shown to increase the availability of nutrients and moisture required for plant growth while improving soil structure. Mykos provides a biological connection between roots and nutrients present in the soil. Mykos has been used to break the last 10 World-Records for ‘Xtreme’ plant growth, including a 2,230.5 lb. pumpkin in 2015!”