Myco madness

Discussion in 'Michigan Patients' started by mrcokeandcrown, Feb 3, 2012.


    mrcokeandcrown Active Member

    By humbolt nutes what ya think?

    Myco Madness is a soluble powder which contains
    a biologically active package: 9 mycorrhizal species,
    15 beneficial bacteria and 2 trichoderma species well-suited
    To a variety of media, soil conditions, climates and plants.
    Myco Madness contains mycorrhizal fungi that colonize plant
    roots and extend the root system into the surrounding media,
    greatly enhancing the absorptive surface area of root systems.
    Myco Madness can help in forming an essential link between the
    plant roots, organic matter and fertilizers of all types.

    Myco Madness can help plants improve nutrient and water uptake
    for superior plant performance.Humboldt Nutrients employed one of
    the leading mycologists in mycorrhizal studies to help in the formulation
    Of this yield and quality-enhancing product. Many university studies have
    proven the superiority of products created by this mycologist.

    Guaranteed Analysis
    Bacillus licheniformis…….…372 million cfu/lb
    Bacillus azotoformans……372 million cfu/lb
    Bacillus megaterium.….372 million cfu/lb
    Bacillus coagulans,……372 million cfu/lb
    Bacillus pumilis….372 million cfu/lb
    Bacillus thuringiensis….372 million cfu/lb
    Bacillus stearothermiphillis….372 million cfu/lb
    Paenibacillus polymyxa….372 million cfu/lb
    Paenibacillus durum……….372 million cfu/lb
    Paenibacillus florescence...….372 million cfu/lb
    Paenibacillus gordonae…….372 million cfu/lb
    Azotobacter polymxa…….372 million cfu/lb
    Azotobacter chroococcum.….372 million cfu/lb
    Sacchromyces cervisiae….372 million cfu/lb
    Pseudomonas aureofaceans.372 million cfu/lb
    Glomus intraradices…1,135 propagules per lb
    Glomas mosseae……1,135 propagules per lb
    Glomas aggregatum……..1,135 propagules per lb
    Glomus entunicatum……1,135 propagules per lb
    Glomus clarum….1,135 propagules per lb
    Glomus deserticola………1,135 propagules per lb
    Gigaspora margarita……1,135 propagules per lb
    Gigaspora brasilianum…1,135 propagules per lb
    Gigaspora monosporum…1,135 propagules per lb
    Trichoderma harzianum.150 million propagules per lb
    Trichoderma konigii…….150 million propagules per lb

    9.5% Humic acids (derived from Leonardite)
    5% Alaskan humus, 5% worm castings
    3% glucose

    mrcokeandcrown Active Member

    Shits dank, just add 1 tsp per gal an ur plants
    Will fuckin love you lol. It's the only store bought additive
    I run beside the soil I buy. I would mix my own soil but I'm
    Pretty fuckin lazy. I do mix my own teas an shot tho!

    d4n Member

    Do you only need to use this once per plant? I'd guess the soil would just need 1 dose and the myco would colonize it but I'm not sure. I'm gonna order some soon and want to order the right amount. Thanks!

    gladstoned Well-Known Member


    bmf725 Well-Known Member

    Yes i believe once The myco is colonized it is always in the soil. Feel free to correct me if I am wrong. I just recently switched things up and went to using Sub's super soil and within the first week of "cooking" I had Myco colonization. I believe the roots potting soil already has it in it.

    kountdown Well-Known Member

    I use Great White 3 or 4 times during the life of the plant. Factors that can negatively affect the microbes in your soil are chlorine content of your water and chemical nutrients. Another thing you may want to use is molasses as a food for the microbes. Goodl luck.

    bullSnot Well-Known Member

    I use this stuff (and FF Microbe Brew) - but I also use it more than once in a plants life cycle - like 4-5 times - I fade from it in the last 3-4 weeks of bloom. Soil is live and needs help every now and then with Bacteria, Fungi, Enzymes and organic material. Soil is loaded with life and it is an EAT AND BE EATEN world...bacteria and fungi need to be replenished. it is not just NPK. a great book if you want organic farming. "Teaming with Microbes: The Organic Gardener's Guide to the Soil Food Web"

    ProdigalSun Well-Known Member


    passmethelid Well-Known Member

    mycos are good for your plant roots.

    my ideal mix:
    activated bio char (optional)
    composted leaves
    worm poop
    rock dust

    and a cover crop / living mulch to keep the soil stable and more friendly to roots and the mycos and the microbes and the water absorption.

    pergamum362 Well-Known Member

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    Tom Tucker 313 Active Member

    Unless you do the research and feed those microbes its useless. Each microbe species has its own necessary climate and diet. You cant just flood with microbes and expect success

    bullSnot Well-Known Member

    Green plants want Bacteria
    Woody Plants want fungi

    Human species want to be high

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