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Well researched for over 50 years and used effectively in commercial agriculture, Bacillus microbes are amazing...

Put P3 ’s good bacteria to work for you... in the garden!

Modern commercial agriculture has for decades utilized a secret tool that is now available to the home gardener. It is a natural solution to improving the soil ecosystem and increasing yields by enhancing the plants’ ability to uptake nutrients and fend off pathogens and fungus: Bacillus microbes.

You likely know the power of “probiotics” to improve your digestive health. Plants, too, can benefit in many of the same ways we do with the introduction of the proper bacteria . That’s what  P3 Prolific Plant ProbioticTM  is all about.Bacillus microbes in P3 are proven to have a positive impact on plant health and yields when farmers inoculate their fields with these friendly bacteria. These Bacillus microbes are on the GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe) list for animal feed and agriculture. They are safe and easy to use.

Here’s what they do:

  1. Bacillus microbes break down nutrients (nitrogen, potassium, potash, etc...) in the soil, making them easily assimilated by the plant,
  2. Bacillus colonize the roots and rhizomes, assisting and enhancing the assimilation of those nutrients,
  3. Bacillus produce enzymes and other metabolites that ward off pathogens and fungus which attack the plant at the roots. when introduced in abundance, they literally create a ‘zone of inhibition’ around the root ball,
  4. Many Bacillus strains process, or “fix,” atmospheric nitrogen so plants can easily uptake this compound,
  5. Bacillus may also digest oil in the soil which can convert hard to garden clay into loose friendly top soil.

Many farmers from the U.S. to Asia have seen yields go up 30+% and found their use of traditional fertilizers has dropped the same percent or more!

These “plant probiotics” usually come in three forms: liquid, powder and pellets. All three forms may be amended with various nutrient packages and vary on ease of use.

P3 Prolific Plant Probiotic™ -- an easy to use pellet form -- is supercharged with MICROnutrients and amino acids.

Here are a few important tips:

  1. P3  can be used anytime in the lifecycle of a plant. It’s never too late to begin using them,
  2. Plants will benefit from P3   year ‘round. In fact Autumn is when plants stop producing leaves and blooms and fruit, and focus on root growth. This is an ideal time to provide  P3 to your perennial plants.
  3. It’s best to provide small doses regularly versus a huge one-time dose. This prevents a spike & crash growth curve, instead resulting in steady prolific growth through the plant’s peak fruit or flower producing phase,
  4. Unlike human probiotics, which you can often feel working in days, you need to rely on your eyes for results. Make sure you set aside at least one similar plant that does not get treated with P3 so 2-4 weeks later you can actually see the difference,
  5. Like all probiotics, there are weak products and strong products. The more CFUs (Colony Forming Units) per gram, the better your results will be.  P3 has the strongest dose of any similar product on the retail market. 
  6. These Bacillus spores are very stable; moisture in soil reverts them to their vegetative state; shelf life is infinite if kept dry between 50F & 80F. Unlike liquid products, P3 does not need a stabilizer additive.

Here’s some research about P3 ’s Bacillus species found online:

Bacillus Subtilis
- Well known cattle feed ingredient
- Spores are viable for decades; common soil inoculant: frees up nutrients from food sources
- Symbiotic with roots as a colonizer; antagonistic to pathogens

Bacillus Licheniformis
- Found in soil and on bird feathers
- Protease producer (especially breaks down feathers)
- Biological “laundry detergent”
- Adapts well to alkaline areas

Bacillus Amyloliquefaciens
- Source of the BamH1 restrictive enzyme (stifles virus and pathogens)
- Source of Subtilisin, an organic “laundry detergent”
- Causes starch hydrolysis of green plants
- Produces Barnase, an antibiotic protein

Bacillus Pumilis
- Anti-fungal
- Colonizes roots to prevent fungus formation
- Highly stress resistant

All are considered “rhizobacteria” for they breakdown atmospheric nitrogen into a compound easy to uptake by plants.

Summary of P3 Prolific Plant Probiotic™

One dose (1 inch of pellets) contains:

  1. 600+ million CFUs of Bacillus microbes
  2. Micronutrient spectrum package usually depleted from soil
  3. Amino acids spectrum package critical for plant life
  4. Delivered on a carrier of plant roughage
  5. Contains seven strains from the above mentioned four Bacillus species

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