AZOriah™ (365,000,000 Mycorrhizal Fungi Root Enhancer)
Everyone has heard of Beneficial Microbes and they have also heard of dirt, but what is the difference? Most growers (which leads to moving operations indoors) are attempting to grow plants in dirt and hydroponic mediums. Dirt or rot is what happens when the biology and other microorganisms in your mediums are dead or dying. This can happen due to chemical overdose, carbon chain lockup, and sometimes acidic rain from pollution. In any case, the important factor to remember is that usually these Bugs go dormant as opposed to being completely wiped out. Our Uriah™ Product is what helps to restore the accessible carbohydrate aka food for the Microbes in our AZOriah™. This supernatural product is quantum science in a bottle and very little has to be used. AZOriah™ is a dried natural bio-surfactant product derived from Coconut, containing plant-based mineral precursors in a highly concentrated mass of autotrophic, aerobic, and facultative enzymes, coenzymes, and exoenzymes. It is a complete micro-organism stimulator and inducer of over 365,000,000 colony forming units of accelerated molecular activity. What this means is that this solution will help to resurrect the ground and sending out a calling card to earthworms and other beneficial critters! What is great is that AZOriah™ will stimulate a bio-environment in your grow media as well and therefore can increase its ability to hold moisture! Of all the things which can be done for a crop, the two most vital aspects to attend are the Bugs and your Water!
DISCLAIMER: This product may cause: soil to soften, soil to sweeten, microbial cfu increase, auto adjust stabilized P.H. levels, extreme root growth, multiple fruit sets, annuals to become perennials, increased ornamental flower blooms, increased seed sets/grains, alleviate Hollow Stem Syndrome causing increased forage and grain yields, swell/increased brixx levels. extreme aromatics in flowers and may revive “dead” (AEE) fields, strengthens weak/tired genetics in trees and plants with continued use. As a result, users should adjust their current operations in order to accommodate these irregular benefits.