Organic Microbes' Venom
Posted 03 April 2011 - 01:36 PM
Venom Bacteria will help break down nutrient salts and keep them readily available for our plants. They will also help protect the roots from pathogen attack.
The Venom Bacteria are capable of breaking down solid P and K, making them ideal for organic and outdoor farming. This helps ensure that the land can be used over and over again rather than having to switch fields each year due to toxicity issues from over fertilization.
OM Venom also contain Nitrogen fixing bacteria. This means they pull nitrogen from the atmosphere and convert it into usable forms for plants. Venom will also release growth promoting substances like Indole Acetic Acid and Gibberillins which will give plants growth spurts and improve over all vigor. OM Venom will also improve root development and girth, meaning roots can hold onto more water and nutrients.
Used in conjunction with OM Brimstone is your one stop shop to complete microbe supplementation. No other microbe products, liquid or powder, will need to be used. If in doubt just ask... that's what I'm here for.
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Posted 06 April 2011 - 01:32 PM
As an introductory offer, each product will retail for $24.99 (5.5oz/150g), meaning you could have complete microbe supplementation for as little as $49.98. Here is the beginnings of a list containing products you will no longer need once you start using Venom and Brimstone:
I will add to this list once I find out other products containing microbes, which will be many of the root excelerator potions on the market today, I'd imagine. Using our products will certainly ensure no other products designed to boost root growth will be needed.
If you do use any of those products listed above you will find that gram for gram we provide the much better option.
Posted 28 June 2011 - 12:47 PM
today is one week
lemme get my coffee and smoke a bowl
then I'll go out and take some pics and give you the skinny
if you like, you can follow along here OM Trial Run
welcome to skool kiddo
Edited by Desert Woman, 28 June 2011 - 01:46 PM.
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