Microbebio® Nature Phenomenon

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Have you ever wondered why some plants, flowers and other vegetations flourish and thrive, while others do not? Maybe you’ve walked through a forest, admiring how the trees soar in height and you find yourself thinking back to your own garden at home. Many people who grow their own crops reflect on this thought and are seeking answers to better their harvests. Although there are many different factors that go into this question, one of the most important aspects to look at is the soil in which the vegetation is growing in. In soil, there are unseen inhabitants of microorganisms that live and develop within the earth. Of the many diverse microorganisms, there are two that I would like to introduce to you today.

First, is a single celled minuscule microbe which is called Bacteria. While we know there are many different types of bacteria, we are solely focusing on the beneficial ecological aspect of this microorganism. Bacteria’s function in the symbiotic relationship with the plant’s roots is to carry out specific functions. One of these functions is to decompose different organic matters, which are then released for the plant’s use when the bacteria’s life span ceases.

Secondly, we will look at a beneficial fungus called Mycorrhiza and its functions. Like Bacteria, Mycorrhiza is also in a symbiotic relationship with the plant’s roots. The roots of the plant provide the carbon that the fungus needs to grow, while in turn, the fungus transports both nutrients and water beyond which the roots can reach.

After looking at just two of the many different microorganisms living in the soil of the Earth, we can see just how vital it is to maintain a healthy foundation to get the most out of any yield of crops. The problem is that in today’s society, through modern means of agriculture, we unintentionally deconstruct the natural microorganisms that are most beneficial to the future sustainability of any harvest. What happens through this deconstruction of our soil’s natural state, is that eventually all of the beneficial microorganisms that live in the soil which help the plants flourish, is completely removed. When this happens, the vegetation life is more susceptible to negative effects such as diseases and pests. An additional adverse effect caused from the destruction of microorganisms in the soil, is the soil’s inability to hold the maximum amount of water. As a result of this, watering the plants becomes more expensive and far less effective due to the incapability of the soil’s water retention.


At MicrobeBio® we are dedicated to restoring the essential microorganisms to the soil, to create eco friendly and sustainable farming. In doing this, we have come to realize and appreciate the functionality of these microorganisms and have incorporated the beneficial aspects of them in our products. When introducing MicrobeBio® products to the new environment of the plant’s roots, the newly added microbes act to support and cooperate with the existing microbes, rather than competing with them. Together, the microorganisms are able to work accordingly in unison to cultivate the natural substances needed such as enzymes, natural hormones, acid and different types of biochemicals.

Two types of the Biochemicals plants create are called “Primary Metabolites” and “Secondary Metabolites”. Primary Metabolites are created and used by plants to aid in both growth and development, while Secondary Metabolites are used to fulfil specific functions of the plant. Because Primary Metabolites serve as one primary function, they present themselves in all plants to aid in their growth. Secondary Metabolites are unique, and the functions they serve will differ between each specific type of plant. Secondary Metabolites can affect important aspects such as the smell of the flowers, flavors of the fruits produced, but most importantly – the health of the soil.

MicrobeBio® products are packed full of rich dynamic inputs such as MicrobeBio® Bacteria, MicrobeBio® Fungi, MicrobeBio® Actinobacteria, MicrobeBio® Protozoa, and MicrobeBio® Algae, all of which are vital to create a healthy soil environment for crops to prosper. These different ingredients are crucial to the soil, as each of them carry out specific and critical tasks to better the plants. While some act to recycle and reuse material, others function to regenerate and facilitate growth. Certain others inhibit and equalize, and more; some are mobilizers, producers, or decomposers. Regardless of their functions and complexities, our customized mix is a special blend of biological catalysts, designed to not only work together harmoniously to cultivate the proper nutrients in the soil, but also cycle them along with many other essential requirements that plants have in their roots. As a result, this improves the overall health and vigor, all while maintaining the quality of the soil, and the productivity – perpetually!


When MicrobeBio® products are used, our customer’s trust is in the attention given to their soil’s microbiological needs in any geographic location needs these varying microorganisms to ease the burden from high demands of large yields. Using MicrobeBio® products alone or in programs will promotes plant health and are safe. You can use MicrobeBio® products alone or with one another in programs, liquid, and granular –  on any crops! The MicrobeBio® liquids penetrate the plant’s microscopic pores in the leaves, so phyto-nutrients are directly available to the plant. The MicrobeBio® products enrich soils with sugars and proteins for energy and extending microbe activity. MicrobeBio® products can be used on any pre-planting treatments, directly to the seeds to create a richer soil base, and over-the-top which then generates far superior harvests.


  • Protect and rehabilitate the soil to improve the crop.
  • Heal and Protect the soil for future generations of crops.
  • Reduce negative environmental impacts.
  • Effectively break down organic matter which increases both carbon and nutrient bioavailability in the soil.
  • Both control and reduce salinity and heavy metals in the soil.
  • Provide a greater resistance to both plant diseases and pests.
  • Provide a balanced and proportionate number of microbes that improve biochemical processes such as; The Carbon Cycle, The Nitrogen Cycle, Mineralization, The Production of Phytohormones, Balances pH, and Decomposition.
  • Increase development of micronutrients such as Iron, which can be utilized by plants.
  • Increase the drought resistance while decreasing irrigation by improving the moisture retention capacity in the soil.
  • Increase strong root vitality which leads to improved seed germination.
  • Increased efficiency in crop yield production, which leads to generation of more profit.
  • Maintain consistent results throughout the duration of the crop cycle, Reduce the metabolic stress, and Achieve greater genetic potential.
  • Reduction of cost for seed in nitrogen-based fertilizers.
  • Increase in Brix levels, which leads to greater tasting produce.
  • Easy application and is Non -Toxic as well as Non-GMO.


MicrobeBio® is far superior than other leading brands. We are unique in the fact that we use innovative Microbial Technology to deliver the microorganisms needed in the soil. MicrobeBio® products contain free-living microbes which improve both the life and energy of the soil throughout the duration of the growing season, regardless of any preexisting condition of the soil. MicrobeBio® products holds, converts and stabilizes the increase in nitrogen for the soil, and continuously delivers the needed nutrients to the plants. The microorganisms in MicrobeBio® products will repair the deconstructed soil overtime, which can help reduce the use in herbicides, insecticides and fungicides. MicrobeBio® products preserves the soil condition for long-term usage and helps replenish life to the existing soil.