Testimonials

Farmer Birdley

Using the Lazurus and Uriah along with The Paste has made our gardens seriously aromatic and lush. Everything from clones to flower are truly LOVING this regimen. When we started it ,we started at the suggested 1/8tsp per gallon of the Paste and slowly raised it to 1 tbsp per gallon, works excellent with no yellowing and roots like never before. We have been foilar feeding as suggested and the plants love it and are extremely healthy with little work.

John Doe

Hey guys, Im writing from a small hydro store in MA. A customer came in this morning talking about your products, I did some reading and it sounds great. Just now he calls the store saying how unbelievable his root growth was in 12 hours. He’s sending me pictures in clear cups that are quite impressive. Grower states these pictures were taken roughly 12 hours apart. See attachment’s I would love to see for myself. If possible, I’d love a few samples to try in the store.

Mike Livingston

My woodchip garden is in its second season with microbeneficials products, the soil biology has made such a difference this year. And to think weve had over 30 inches of rain this year, where most gardens failed mine is still producing in October. And it gets better every year with the MB system.

Brett Hawkes

Gordie hasn’t used commercial fertilizer on his corn ground this year. He has spread a lot of manure on it. He’s applied the biology and lazarus. He says his corn is really growing good, but he is particularly impressed with the dark green color of it for this time of year. Alfalfa Hay, He said that he is happy with the biology and the lazarus for his alfalfa hay. He said that they cut the 1st crop a little late. He said that there was no weevil in the hay. Most of the neighboring fields had major weevil problems. He says the 2nd alfalfa crop had no bugs no aphids and great yields His 3rd alfalfa crop is about 10″ high. He says that what he has really noticed is that the hay bounces back really fast after being cut when you apply the lazarus. See you soon, thanks,

Janice Drumm

My husband bought the lazarus. I used it skeptically on my apple tree. I was impressed with the outcome. What impressed me more was how the next tree over had large apple on the lazarus side and small apples on the opposing side. Now I need to know if I can buy from you directly or is there another place to purchase lazarus products. I am also interested to know if this can be used indefinitely.

Delores B

Interesting problem! Plumcots are ripening right now along with the cherries. Rainiers are almost ready. Later cherries are a week or so out and Plumcots are days out!!?? Usually they ripen in July. Apricots are just starting to color. I have hit that plumcot tree with lots of sprays since it was too small and weak looking compared with the monster Aprium right next to it. Color is great and leaves look really good. But ripening with the cherries?? Never had fruit ripen this early. WOW

Roger Barrett

Lance, after a long hiatus I am back, life needless to say swept me away from everything I was doing,You will be happy to know that the persimmon tree that I sprayed with lazarus and uriah has exploded this year with over 1000 fruit so far they are all still holding on after two sprays with solutions. The berries are booming this year also due to the amount of spraying from last year. I have been neglectful of them this year only spraying them 4 times. I have had a lot of new interest in the lazarus from many people. A friend of mine sprayed his kale and snow peas with lazarus and it was the largest kale I have ever seen. The snow peas were the most beautiful I have ever seen. Which brings me to the point of no lazarus. I am officially out. Could you please send me a gallon please sir..The address is /////. Thank you Lance, hope to hear from you soon. Also please call me or text me < I broke my phone 1 week before Christmas and lost all my numbers.

Randy Shandler

I worked at the Town Hall Saturday and besides the holly hedge I told you about I forgot a couple of other “test beds” i did. One just knocked me over. There are three shrubs in a triangle. I sprayed one with the lazarus, and not the other two. I will also get a picture of these. The lazarus subject is close to three times the size of the other two!! Simply wow. And this was with ONE spraying just about 2 months ago. Keep on rocking!!

Joe Collett

We had snow here a few days ago and cold rains before and after in the last two weeks, obviously with freezing temperatures at night. Warm spells before and after and inbetween which induced my apricot trees to start budding, then blooming way too soon. After using lazarus several times at the end of the season last year (into the late Autumn) I have not lost an appreciable amount of blossoms as in the past due to this late Winter weather. I sprayed the trunks and branches of the trees about once a week for five weeks before the Winter set in and I think this is why we will have some fruit this year. One of the trees alone used to produce hundreds of apricots but due the weird Winter of 2013-2014 I only got about 2 dozen.This year I am expecting hundreds again thanks to lazarus.

Pedro D Costa

Project: 2.5 acres of green tomatoes or tomatillo. A Mexican native, the tomatillo is a staple in the national diet as it is the key ingredient in making Mexican Salsa Verde…the green sauce served at Mexican Restaurants, usulally with a tart flavor. PRODUCTION HISTORY Seedlings was planted in the 5 acre parcel on September 6, 2014. For lack of communication it was not innoculated with the lazarus Tomato mix (a synergistic blend of microbeneficials products). lazarus blend was applied to the plants twice combined with the Mb solution. Water used for the bugs solution was energized for better results. On September 15th, torrential rains hit the area and farmer Abraham Gastellum assumed his whole crop was destroyed. However when the soil dried he found to his surpise that just about all plants had survived and were fully alive. On November 8th, one full month ahead of normal harvest season the parcel was abloom and plants loaded with fruit. The first harvest took place. Normally, a typical tomatillo crop produces only two to 3 harvests. With an approximate 10 sprayings of lazarus plus the bugs, Mr. Abraham has had a shocking and unprecedented 15 HARVESTS of high quality green tomatoes. until today´´s date of January 1st 2015. However, the five acres are blooming again and many of the plants full of fruit, so we now estimate there will be at least another 4 weeks of harvests, reaaching a potential 20 harvests or almost 7 TIMES THE NORMAL anywhere in Baja or in Mexico. Most tomatillos weigh around 2 ozs each but the lazarus can be 3 to 4 times heavier….large, beautiful green and make the most delicious green salsa I ever had in my life. I am a former owner of a Mexican restaurant and have throughout Mexico for the past 42 years. I hardly ever have the green tomatoes because they are too acidic for my taste, but not these ones. I actually bit into one and hate it as if it were a green apple! Our goal now is to promote the Lazarus Tomatillo variety by improving our protocol for next crop. We will energize the seeds first, then innoculate them with lazarus tomato blend and spray them as needed and as long as we want new harvests. We will report to you if new crops will happen in February. Other observations on the use of Lazarus as witnessed by Mr. Gastellum and Agronomist Andres from the local University of La Paz Ag School: 1. The absence of weeds when normally there are plenty, thus no need to use herbicides. (the only two elements that were added to our lazarus was extra calcium and magnesim which we could have helped with by adding our own variety but due to lack of communication it did not happen). 2. The softening of the soil which was rather compact. 3. The unsual presence of many microorganisms 4. The elimination of salt from the soil which had been a problem 5. The resistence of the plants to insects such as white fly from a tomato field directly across from the 5 acres where another farmer used chemicals. Mr. Abraham also sprayed lazarus in cucumbers which promise to be another bumper crop. I tried a few and they were delicious, high nutrient dense. I usually do not eat many cucumbers but these ones….I ate them like a banana. He is also starting to harvest Italian sqash and I jsut had them raw in a salad and steamed with tomato sauce plus cheese….Delicious! I also had great giant radishes, cilantro and the sweetest watermelon I have had in a while Finally, I got a giant 47 pound butter squash that had just been harvested and would have been much bigger if we had let it grow. (it is in the picture I will send) IN CONCLUSION, OUR FIRST 100% lazarus CROPS IN MEXICO ARE AN IMMENSE SUCCESS AND NOW OTHER FARMERS WANT OUR PRODUCT. AND THIS IS ONLY JUST THE

Tim Houster

Overall I have a very positive impression of microbeneficials products for foliar feeding of cannabis. On plants with a normal flowering cycle of eight weeks, I find I now harvest in seven weeks. The size and quality of the harvest seems to be improved. I did a bit of side-by-side testing. Seems cannabis benefits from a higher concentration of lazarus than recommended on label.

Suzanne Tixier

It has been awhile since talking with you. To start, I’d like to order 1 gal. lazarus, 1 gal uriah. Thank you. We had double our crop in raspberries this year, thanks to your help. The berries were small and that is what we’d like to improve on for next year. They were delicious though. Our pasture grass is improving with 2 applications of lazaruz & uriah. Still struggling with sand burr in one pasture (1 ½ acres) but believe there has been improvement. Vegetable garden is amazing. Pepper plants are beautiful with huge 4in. sweet peppers. Hot peppers are going crazy. We kept the fungus off the squash and pumpkins with lazarus I believe and they are thriving. Watermelons are also going crazy with fruit, just need it to ripen up. Tomatoes are huge, some heirlooms struggling, but overall very pleased . . . and praising God for an abundant harvest!

Barbra R

I use either 1 or 2 tsp per gallon from my sprayer. My summer vegies have not done this well before; ever! I believe it is the lazarus. I have house plants in bloom all the time that they only bloom in the summer? many more avocados than normal, I sprayed my pear tree and it bloomed and now I have some small pears. The poor thing is very confused. BECAUSE it is January here in Alpine CA?

Mike Livingston

Lance look at my roses after one frost warning and then one 30 degree night. Never before like this; great talking to you today. Going to send a photo of roses before cold weather. They were sprayed with lazarus 1oz per gal water few times per week for a few weeks. Look how beautiful they are!!

Mark Runk

This is the orange citrus tree we talked about that I sprayed over the fence with lazarus & uriah , 3 applications. It was infested with white flies and black sooty mold. But NO more and look at all the fruit it has. Unbelievable!!!

Ray Main

Dear MB Team, Attached are a few pictures of the onions I was talking with you earlier today about. As I said, I had planted some green onions in the ground, but, couldn’t pull them up when I wanted some. I had been spraying like instructed, but, couldn’t figure out what was wrong. I planted some in a raised bed, with potting soil, and no soil, so it was loose. When they got big enough, I couldn’t believe my eyes about the root system. Sure explains why they wouldn’t pull out of the ground,lol. The first picture is of some potatoes I had planted in a garbage can to try that way of raising those. As you can see, we got two inches of snow in April, which is very unusual, but, as I was spraying the solution, it didn’t hurt them. The plant is now completely out the top of the barrell.

Barbra B

OK. Lance and I sort of counted the apricots on the tree as you requested. It has approx 600, grape to walnut sized, apricots with many more tiny ones and flowers still coming. It has had fruit set for about 6 weeks now. It only has a few leaves and are just starting to come, finally. We did not have enough chill hours this year according to the books to set fruit on my low chill hour trees, which are 250 – 450, but they amazingly all have lots and lots fruit set. Most of them have fruited earlier than normal. Having a mild winter here the peach trees are amazingly and totally out of character which have bloomed and set hundreds and hundreds of fruit back in January which normally happens in mid march to april. Also ‘no’ trees have dropped ‘any’ fruit as to date as this time a lot is usually laying on the ground by now? I am feeding lazarus / uriah weekly @ 5m/l per gallon. What’s up with that? Blessings to you and yours,

Roger B

Lance, this little waif of a raspberry was put in the ground 1.5 months ago. It was planted from bare rootstock, it looked like it was dead. I had my reservations on its and their survival. 2 weeks ago the leaf bouquet you see was large fist sized with 13 blossoms forming , now it has 16 blossoms forming and 1 fruit. These raspberries also get to around 10 feet. So you can imagine what a full size plant would produce on lazarus and uriah. Also I was not supposed to have berries this year. Hmmmm!

Roger B

Lance, this prime-ark 45 blackberry has nearly 150 n fruit and blooms on it already with more coming. 21ml soil drench, already stepped down to a level of 1.5 -2ml per day. Remember these have only been in the ground for 1 month. That is what is amazing to me. Also these plants get huge if untrained 12 plus ft.and much bigger sometimes. I have 6 inch trellis poles concreted in the ground with 200 lb galvanize guidewire for them to run on , in anticipation of the explosive MB growth.

Roger B

Lance, Starting one month ago I began spraying my grandfathers persimmon tree .He planted this tree in 1943. Needless to say it is long past its prime, one side of the tree broke off and became infested with Formosa termites. I cleaned the rot out of the trunk which is 6 inches in diameter and sprayed the entire trunk and limb structure (note it had no leaves yet) with 21% lazarus. Then following the moon calendar I re-treated the tree once a week with each time cutting the lazarus rate in half (2nd spray 10.5m/l – 3rd spraying 5.25m/l – 4th spraying 2.75m/l) now it is in full spring leaf sprout and I am now spraying it 3 times per week with 2m/l per gallon of the lazarus and uriah. For the last 10 years the tree being 7ft tall has never produced over 50 fruit; ever. Today on the 5th of April I counted nearly 1000 blooms and yes I said one thousand blooms. If I have complete bloom set? Transitioning into fruit, I will have to support the tree from sheer weight. At 1.5 lbs per fruit normally the math on this is terrifying to say the least for this old soldier of a tree. WOW! Lance; what an awesome product; and how little it takes, truly a miracle! Thank you so much; your friend in Agriculture.

Chad Gunter

Dear MB.COM Just letting you know that the citrus trees I sprayed have a very nice crop this year, the great fruit are much bigger than the last couple years, lots of lemons than ever before and the tangelos have a very rich color and a nice thick rind. I haven’t tasted the oranges yet but they look very good. I think I sprayed the trees 6 times? Unfortunately I spent so much time working in Calf. I stopped spraying. Also we had 120 degree temps this last summer for most of the time?

Barbra R

Hi Lance, Here is an article about my garden. It has been in several papers. I use my garden, a gift from God, as a tool to teach people the “natural” way to garden and also to share the Gospel. I just can’t talk about gardening without talking about creation and the brilliance of Gods design. Our town, as well as our home, is registered with the National Wildlife Federation as a habitat for wildlife. The Sage and Songbird festival that we have the first weekend in May is a celebration of wildlife and their habitat. I am a member of our local garden club. Enough people have seen my garden that I have been invited to various organizations to speak publicly about gardening. I hope it is OK with you for me to give your contact information to people or should I just direct them to the microbeneficials products web site or just take orders and order a lot from you and distribute to the local folks?

Boris G

I came across lazarus and uriah at a time my plants were experiencing heavy stress. The humidity was getting bellow 38 and my plants were getting dry. After foliar spraying the plants with a combination of the two products I noticed almost right away how the plants looked happier and stronger. I continued foliar spraying my plants every couple days for about a week and pulled of a nice harvest. I know that if I didn’t use the product my plants would have died. They were near that point. I also like the fact that there is no danger of PM using Lazarus and uriah. In fact it fights it. And I really appreciate how clean and organic it smells.

Midnight Grower

Hi, I just want to share my results of microbeneficials products. Since I started to use these products my garden has improved 100%. They are strong and healthy. The foliage has improved in size. Also, leaf has a coating that shines like if I sprinkled diamond dust. I’m not a scientist but it seems that the shiny coating is like a protective shield against molds. The weather has been bad, it has rain and so far my plants are doing well. My roots have grown so much and fast. Node production has also multiply. I highly recommend this product. Don’t go by my testimony, try it your self and I guarantee that you will be giving your own testimony. The proof is in the pudding.

Scott K

Our growth was real impressive! 30 gallon pots and the root mass was almost double what it was! Very happy with product! Will be starting our next cycle from beginning and we are excited to do a full run with it.

Dessa F

I tried your Solutions on my garden and fruit trees this summer and was very pleased. My roses never looked so good and it seems as though it kept bugs away. My little peach tree that is about 25 years old gave us 3 to 4 bushels of peaches and where limbs had broken each year in the past, no limbs broke this summer. Our garden has been great also as well as the raspberry patch. The new grapes that looked like they weren’t going to make it flourished. I think this is a wonderful product and appreciate you letting me try it. I know that you pretty much ship to big farms, but wonder if I could buy a quart or a 1/2 gallon or even a gallon of the Ion-Pulse Plant additive. I like things that are can help my organic garden and this is most certainly a great product. Thanks,

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