Nutrient and Microbial Analysis

Nutrient and Microbial Analysis

With our unique blend of nutrients and microbes, our microbes are as important if not more important than the nutrients. The microbes eat the nutrient profile we supply them, which means that the nutrients are readily absorbed by your plant when you use our product but also means that it is very hard to a lab analysis to capture our nutrient profile. All our bacteria are essentially preloaded with nutrients. So let’s meet our bacteria first…

Plant Juice Bacteria

Klebsiella Oxytoca

A type of nitrogen fixing bacteria also known as a plant growth promoting rhizobacteria. Rhizo refers to the rhizosphere, which is the area around roots. This means that rhizobacteria specifically interact with plant roots to promote growth! The nitrogen fixing part means that this bacteria works to supply plants with nitrogen, which we supply to the bacteria when we make our Plant Juice.

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Rahnella Aquatilis

Another type of nitrogen fixing bacteria that loves to interact with the rhizosphere of roots. Also enhancing iron uptake from the roots to the plant.

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Bloom Juice Bacteria

Klebsiella Oxytoca

It’s our old friend from our Plant Juice and a nitrogen fixing, plant growth promoting rhizobacteria. Rhizo refers to the rhizosphere, which is the area around roots. This means that rhizobacteria specifically interact with plant roots to promote growth! The nitrogen fixing part means that this bacteria works to supply plants with nitrogen, which we supply to the bacteria when we make our Bloom Juice.

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Lactococcus Lactis

A human probiotic that also contributes to the stability and extended shelf life of our product.

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Pseudomonas Fluorescens

Another plant growth promoting rhizobacteria that has been shown to increase crop height, stem/leaf, and pod biomass, especially on oilseed rape crops.

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Pseudomonas Putida

Lives in the roots of plants and help plants to uptake nutrients and modify rhizosphere microflora in a way beneficial to plant growth and health condition.

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Now let’s look at our nutrients…

Plant Juice

Nitrogen (N) 0.05

Total Phosphate (P₂O₅) 0.01

Potash (K₂O) 0.01

Zinc (Zn) 0

Available Phosphate (P₂O₅) 0.01

Calcium (Ca) 0.04

Magnesium (Mg) 0.01

Iron (Fe) 0.001

Ancient Soil

Nitrogen (N) 1.05

Total Phosphate (P₂O₅) 0.70

Potash (K₂O) 0.59

Zinc (Zn) 0.004

Available Phosphate (P₂O₅) 0.54

Calcium (Ca) 1.99

Magnesium (Mg) 0.26

Iron (Fe) 0.35

Bloom Juice

Nitrogen (N) 0.05

Total Phosphate (P₂O₅) 0.01

Potash (K₂O) 0.01

Zinc (Zn) 0

Available Phosphate (P₂O₅) 0.01

Calcium (Ca) 0.04

Magnesium (Mg) 0.07

Iron (Fe) 0.001

Bloomin Soil

Nitrogen (N) 0.91

Total Phosphate (P₂O₅) 5.75

Potash (K₂O) 0.42

Zinc (Zn) 0.02

Available Phosphate (P₂O₅) 2.83

Calcium (Ca) 5.27

Magnesium (Mg) 0.31

Iron (Fe) 0.53

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