Soil-Biology Boost

Soil Biology Boost is a biological inoculant that will colonize the root and boost the biology in the rhizosphere. Soil Biology Boost helps create a healthy environment and ecosystem. Soil Biology Boost contains bacteria and fungi to improve nutrients solubility and availability.
Glomus intraradices, G. mosseae, G. aggregatum, (286 propagules per gram each). Azotobacter chroococcum (27,000 cfu/gm). Mycorrhizae fungi. Contains non-plant food ingredients: Humic acids and natural mineral ore as a carrier.
Soil Biology Boost is recommended for use for all plants. Soil Biology Boost is intended to supplement and enhance a full fertilization program as recommended in accordance with reliable Soil and Tissue Analysis. Soil Biology Boost is recommended for use on all soils. Apply Soil Biology Boost early in the season, preferably as a seed treatment or as a starter application in-furrow.

In-furrow at Planting: Dissolve and apply 1.6 ounces of dry Soil Biology Boost in starter solution per acre. Direct the starter solution so it comes in contact with the seed in-furrow. Must use a 50 or larger mesh screen. It is recommended to apply at least 1 pint or more of Bio-Release or Solu-PLKS per acre to activate the microbes in Soil Biology Boost.
Seed Treatment: Apply 1.6 ounces per acre of Soil Biology Boost as a seed treatment by way of a on-seed liquid or dry application. If applied as a liquid seed treatment, dissolve the Soil Biology Boost in sufficient Bio-Release or Solu-PLKS to obtain complete seed coating. Generally 6 to 12 ounces per 100 pounds of seed is sufficient to provide optimum seed coating. This will vary with seed size and seeding rates.
TANK MIXING: Fill the tank half, add Soil Biology Boost and agitate to dissolve. Add dry formulations and dissolve, follow by liquids. Bring the tank to volume with water.

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