Strengthen your Produce

Agri-Bac Builds Healthy Produce

Agri-Bac can help your plant produce more fruit and vegetables. Agri-Bac aids by unlocking nutrients trapped in the soil and coverts them into forms that is readily available for the plant.

Consider applying Agri-Bac whenever planting, transplanting, or growing from seeds.

Agri-Bac improve stress tolerance so that your plants can react better to cold fronts, drought, and other stress causing events. Taking less time to recover and spending more time on developing fruit and vegetables.

Application

Shake well before using. Dilute 1 tbsp of Agri-Bac into one gallon of dechlorinated water. (To dechlorinate water let water sit for 24 hours before applying he product to water)

 
Apply during plantings

After digging the hole, apply any fertilizers or soil amendments, then spray directly into the hole coating all the walls until visibly wet. Then insert the plant and finish planting, water once finished. 

Apply after planting

Apply directly into the soil around the plant or spray on the leaves with Agri-Bac. For best results, use once a month.

Volume: 2oz
Odor: Very Strong Organic
Color: Yellowish Brown
Shelf life: 9 months (unopened)

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See Agri-Bac's Impact

The Importance of Nutrient Availability & Uptake

Iron is a chemical elements known by is symbol Fe.The role of iron in plants is as basic as it can get: without iron, a plant can’t produce chlorophyll, can’t get oxygen and won’t be green. So why is iron important? The function of iron is to act much as it does in the human bloodstream — helping to carry important elements through a plant’s circulatory system.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Iron For Plants: Why Do Plants Need Iron? https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/garden-how-to/soil-fertilizers/iron-for-plants.htm

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Agri-Bac is used across America to aid in the production of many crops. Look at what having just a small amount of beneficial bacteria can do for a plant!

See Agri-Bac at work!

Not all plants need bacteria, their ecosystems are balanced and the good bacteria is doing it's job. However, when the soil is not unlocked and balanced you can see a reduction in crop production, produce growth, and overall yield. Take some time to look at the results from our trials below!

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