Email Us

Welcome to
Micro-Bionutrition
"Where little things mean alot!"

click on this banner to see excerpts from our video "Dirty Little Secrets" and see what's missing from your soil!!!

Click on the links below to learn more about specific products:

Home /Supplements /#2 Plant Food /#3 Foliar Food /Chlorine filters /Refractometer /Video /Testimonials /All Products order /FAQs /Downloads /Contact Us

If you already know what you want, you can click here to go to our "all products" order page!

Now You may be thinking "HEY JUST WHERE AND HOW DO I GET ALL THIS CHLORINE FREE WATER??? I LIVE IN THE CITY!!!

Well, (no pun intended) let us help... Click "Here"

Certified Organic is good but you need
Better than Organic® Soil Food

#1 Soil Conditioner

The Soil Conditioner adds microbes to your soil!

NOTE* - When using our system, you will get the best results if you use the best seed! GMO and Hybrid will never give you the qualty, flavor and nutrition of Heirloom or Hetitage seed...

Directions for use:

Before we give the directions, a little background is necessary. You will be using 1 cup of “sugar” to each 16 ounces of the soil conditioner, and mixing with approx. 2 gallons of "Chlorine Free" water. The sugar feeds the micobes and gets them all charged up to go to work! This will be enough to cover 1000 sq. ft. of garden. (see the bottom of this page for the break down for smaller garden plots and cleanup routine) This product contains spore-stage microbes! When they are activated with water and sugar they will come alive and start growing! When pouring it into your sprayer you should pour it through a filter (a nylon stocking works very well) this will prevent any clumps from clogging your sprayer. Also after spraying, be sure to rinse out your sprayer thoroughly, then partially fill it again with “clean” water and spray out a sufficient amount of water to flush the hose and spray nozzle of any residue microbes that will grow, swell and plug the unit.  

Please take note of the following information before selecting the “sugar”.

Sucanatwould be your best choice. Sucanat (a contraction of "Sucre de canne naturel") translated “Sugar Cane Natural” is sugar in its most natural form. It is extracted from the sugar cane and the freshly squeezed juice; it is heated, and cooled, forming small brown grainy crystals, essentially it is pure dried sugar cane juice. Only the water is removed. Unlike Brown sugar which only contains 0.5% mineral salts, Sucanat contains 3.0% mineral salts also vitamins, minerals, and the molasses are not displaced during the processing of the product. Sucanat is organically grown with no added preservatives or additives.
If you are in other parts of the world, you can get products like
Panela from Latin America, Rapadura from Brazil, Muscovado from the Philippines, and Jaggery which can be found in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean.


Nutritional Analysis of Sucanat:

Approximately one cup

Nutrient
Amount
Water 2.7g
Calories 570g
Carbohydrate 135g
Fat 0g
Sodium 0.5mg
Potassium 1125mg
Vitamin A 1600IU
Thiamin (B1) 0.21mg
Riboflavin (B2) 0.21mg
Niacin 0.20mg
Calcium 165mg
Iron 6.5mg
Vitamin B6 0.60mg
Magnesium 127mg
Zinc 2.3mg
Copper 0.3mg
Pantothenic acid 1.8mg
Chromium 40mcg
Phosphorus 48mg

Source: USDA Handbook of Nutrient Content of Foods


If you cannot get Sucanat, the next best choice would be Blackstrap molasses. Molasses is a viscous by-product of the processing of sugar cane, grapes or sugar beets into sugar. The word molasses comes from the Portuguese word melaço, which is a superlative from “mel”, the Latin (and Portuguese) word for "honey". The quality of molasses depends on the maturity of the sugar cane or sugar beet, the amount of sugar extracted, and the method of extraction. Sweet sorghum syrup is known in some parts of the United States as molasses, BUT it is not true molasses. The best rule of thumb for molasses, for our application, is to use the “sugar cane” molasses, it will have the most good stuff in it. Also DO NOT if at all possible use “sulphured” molasses! Sulphured molasses is made from young sugar cane. Sulphur dioxide, which acts as a preservative, is added during the sugar extraction process. Unsulphured molasses is made from mature sugar cane, which does not require such treatment. The more mature a source plant is, means more vitamins, minerals and nutrients will be available. Regular molasses is the first or second boiling of cane sugar syrup while blackstrap is the third boiling of the syrup. Iron levels appear to increase 5% in the 3rd boiling.

Blackstrap Molasses (Note* this is the amount in 2 Tablesppons!)
2.00 tsp, 13.67 grams, 32.12 calories

Nutrient

Amount

DV
(%)

Nutrient
Density

World's Healthiest
Foods Rating

Manganese

0.36 mg

18.0

10.1

excellent

Copper

0.28 mg

14.0

7.8

excellent

Iron

2.39 mg

13.3

7.4

very good

Calcium

117.56 mg

11.8

6.6

very good

Potassium

340.66 mg

9.7

5.5

very good

Magnesium

29.39 mg

7.3

4.1

very good

Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)

0.10 mg

5.0

2.8

good

Selenium

2.43 mcg

3.5

1.9

good

Finally, keep in mind, if we are building a superior foundation in our soil by putting good things in, WHY would we want to use anything processed or unnatural that has everything taken out, it's like deliberately adding a weak link in the chain. If, you would like to know what good soil looks and feels like… take a walk in an “Old Growth” forest!

More info

Microbes are the most valuable, yet most neglected livestock that we have, it’s a classic case of out of sight and out of mind. Soil microbes hold the key to the health or sickness of every living thing on Earth including Mankind. Healthy soil must have healthy microbes. Sick soil equals sick plants, which in turn equals sick animals and people. The health of a nation depends directly on the health of its microbes. This is a strong statement that is scientifically provable. This is cutting edge information which must become common knowledge (at least among farmers and gardeners) in order to recover the health of an overfed, yet under-nourished nation.
       Aerobic and anaerobic microbes till and soften the top 20” of topsoil. Nature’s perfect microbes are in the spore stage for storage, they become activated when mixed with water.
  These special microbes have been selected by Dr. Pfiffer because they are the most active, virile and effective in the world for biologically activating soil particles. There  are 12 MILLION microbes in each drop of this product. They only live for 24-36 hours after being activated. During this time they reproduce and biologically change unusable minerals into a form of plant food the plants can use.
  During their short lifespan these microbes perform many functions, salts are converted to a form the plants can use, calcium is chelated and released, PH and potash are balanced and crop residue begins converting into humus. Farmers would not need to purchase as much nitrogen or calcium (lime), if they knew how to manage microbes. They are truly nature’s little miracle workers and can resurrect dead dirt back into living top soil, “IF” we feed and manage them properly. They thrive when fed carbohydrates throughout the growing season, sucanat or molasses can be mixed with water and sprayed or added to the irrigation system water.
  Nitrogen is pulled out of the air and fixed into the soil by these tiny, unseen helpers so you do not have to  buy it. Did you know there are 35 tons of nitrogen above every acre of land? It is less expensive to feed the microbes than to purchase nitrogen! There is approx. 7 tons, on average, of inert calcium in the top 6” of each acre of soil. Microbes can activate 700 pounds in the first 6 weeks of use, making it available as food for your plants. How much inert calcium do you have for the microbes to activate? A soil test will tell you. Microbes can work as long as the temperature is 55 degrees F or above so they hibernate through the winter. Microbes continue to work even after their short lives are done by turning into humus themselves.

Small area mixing proportions:

If you have a small garden this maybe helpful info... If you start with:

Water                         Soil Conditioner                    Sugar                                      Area
1 gal. (128 ozs.)          8 fl. ozs. (1 cup)                      ½ cup                                     500sq. ft.
2 qts. (64 ozs.)            4 fl. ozs. (½ cup)                     ¼ cup                                     250sq. ft.
1 qt. (32ozs.)               2ozs. (¼ cup)                          2 Tablespoons                       125sq. ft.
1 pt. (16ozs.)               2 Tablespoons                        1 Tablespoon                         62.5sq. ft.

*Note - These measurements are a 16:1 ratio... the minimum ratio that should be used is 10:1

*Please Note* - when measuring liquid by the Tablespoon, you should keep the liquid level with the top edge of the measuring spoon! It is very easy to get too much in a measuring spoon and this will skew your measurements.

 

Cleanup routine - very important!!!

This product contains spore-stage microbes! When they are activated with water and sugar they will come alive and start growing! When pouring the mix into your sprayer you should pour it through a filter (a nylon stocking works very well) this will prevent any clumps from clogging your sprayer. Also after spraying, be sure to rinse out your sprayer thoroughly, then partially fill it again with “clean” water and spray out a sufficient amount of water to flush the hose and spray nozzle of any residue microbes that will grow, swell and plug the unit.  

#1 Soil Conditioner

To order use the PayPal "Add to Cart" button on any product page,

Click HERE to go to our "All Products page,

• Click on the "Print Order Form" button above and mail in your order or

• Call us at 1-(480)-354-1565 or 1-(888)-891-0286

USPS.com statement. In addition to an overall price increase of 3.3 percent, on average, for Priority Mail, there will be new prices for Express Mail, Global Express Guaranteed, Express Mail International, Priority Mail International, Parcel Select and Parcel Return Service, also effective Jan. 4, You may see an increase in Micro- Bionutrition rates.