Nutra-Sorb® BIO-CARB Soil Food

BioCarb Soil Food is rich in natural minerals, carbon, vitamins, polysaccharides and soluble proteins. These energy sources support and increase all the bacteria, fungi, algae, protozoa, and other organisms that produce crop-sustaining nutrients, antibiotics, thatch decomposers, hormones, root growth substances, natural fungicides, and activities that improve the soil. Such beneficial microbes are known as “The Soil Food Web.” And they increase faster at the expense of pathogenic microbes when there is an abundant energy supply.

Try an application on off-color foliage. Off-color foliage is usually an indication of poor root zones. BioCarb treated soil results in a sharp spike of beneficial root-zone microbes that is evidenced by improved foliage color. The more applications to the soil, the richer it will become.

  • Gives seed treatments a safe, fertile area for germination
  • Enriches root zones when included in the drill or with pop-up fertilizer
  • Acts as a sticker when used with herbicides and insecticides
  • Turns foliage a darker green when applied with foliar nutrients

Product Information & Documentation
Manufacturer’s Safety Data Sheet: MSDS
Product Information Sheet: INFO

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