MaxMicrobe is a mixture of over 25 microbial strains that have a demonstrated ability to multiply and coexist together in close proximity. Several of these strains are multi-purpose or multi-functional and provide more than one benefit for plants and soils.
This consortium of specific strains work in harmony to provide a multitude of benefits to plants in a variety of conditions and soils. This team of microbes includes:
8 strains of free-living nitrogen fixing microbes that bring atmospheric nitrogen into the rhizosphere (root area) where it can become available to the plants
Several strains that can digest typically indigestible plant residue that can be put back into the rhizosphere to support the growth of the microbial community
5 strains that can solubilize insoluble forms of phosphourus, making phosphorous available to the plants
Several strains that release compounds that help capture iron and make it available to the plants
Several strains that produce plant vitamins
7 spore forming bacillus microbes