A unique biotic supplement that enhances plant development.


Significant improvement guaranteed or your money back.*

Symbios is a Mycorrhizal soil Biotic containing Ectomycorrhiza, Endomycorrhiza, several species of bacteria, and two species of Trichoderma fungi. They all collaborate to enhance plant development.

Mycorrhiza fungi are known to consume pollutants in the soil and minimize the negative effects of those pollutants upon host plants. Saline soils or petroleum-derived pollutants have less effect on plant health when Symbios is used.

  • Soil structure is modified by mycorrhiza fungi and fine root intrusion.
  • Fungal and root intrusion into the soil allows water and air into the soil. The increased biomass of fungi and roots can hold more water.
  • Nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, zinc, and iron are streamed into host plants by the Mycorrhiza fungi in higher quantities than what the plant’s own roots are capable of taking up, resulting in a significant biological health growth response.
  • Mycorrhizal fungi bridge the soil and roots of host plants. They work in cooperation with other micro-organisms to collect nutrients from the soil, increasing availability to their host plants. This steady supply of added nutrients encourages a peaking of the biological health growth response in plants.
  • The mycorrhiza fungi and other micro and macro-organisms benefit from the presence of mycorrhiza working to decompose organic matter to assist in improved plant growth.
  • 100% non-toxic. Environmentally and ecologically safe

Quick Notes On Use With Blair

Key Takeaways:
  • Symbios contains beneficial microorganisms that will dramatically strengthen root development and nutrient uptake.
  • The microorganisms in Symbios can tolerate high salt environments where other supplements fail.
Symbios has undergone extensive trials to meet the needs and concerns of both hobbyists and commercial growers.

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