Environoc 401 is a plant bio-stimulant consisting of a purposely assembled consortium of naturally occurring beneficial microorganisms. This diverse team of over 25 strains of beneficial microorganisms is present in extremely high counts (trillions per gallon) with the capabilities to promote successful crop production. These microbes are not genetically modified, non-pathogenic, and 100% naturally occurring.
This specialized “Team” of viable microbes manufacture enzymes (catalysts) that improve natural nitrogen stabilization and atmospheric nitrogen fixation, and are able to release (solubilize) phosphate which is with the soil but in an unavailable form. Multiple microbes in the blend produce root growth stimulants and form various amino acids / proteins designed to feed and communicate messages to plants and plant roots. Environoc 401 promotes germination, emergence, healthier roots, and a healthy, more tolerant & productive plant! For corn, soybeans, hay, pastures, vegetables, and lawns.
DEPLOY: Environoc 401 is applied at a rate of 1 pint per acre. It can be applied through planters, sprayers, micro-misters, drip and center pivot irrigation.
UNLEASH: Versatile beneficial microbes bring atmospheric nitrogen into the rhizosphere (root area) and produce plant growth stimulating hormones.
RECLAIM: Diverse microbe strains can solubilize insoluble forms of phosphorus, making them available to the plants, and release compounds (Siderophores) that help capture iron.
The bottom line: A simple and straightforward approach to improve profitability. ENVIRONOC 401 is easy to use and can adapt to most any tillage practices, from conventional till to no-till. The ENVIRONOC team of microbes works in both soils and soil-less media (hydroponics) and with all plants. It can be run through planters, sprayers, micro-misters, drip and center pivot irrigation. Use of the product results in increased nutrient release and leads to quicker establishment, bigger root masses, larger leaves, larger plants and greater yields of higher quality crops.