Garden of Eden Products
All Natural "Organic" and Completely Safe!

A natural, completely organic, microorganism inoculate, to be introduced into the growing media, so as to produce such desired effects as; Healthier and faster growing plants; Reducing seed germination to about half the time it normally takes: Promotes a strong root system, improving nutritional uptake with better and more complete utilization of fertilizers; Helps prevent pathogenic bacteria from occurring in the soil, thus helps in keeping plant disease at a minimum. This is a people & critter friendly product that is environmentally safe and easy to use...

Seed and Plant Growth Aid
Contains naturally occurring soil micro-organisms (Aspergillus) stabilized in dry form which help germinate seed and stimulate root growth. Keep product dry, water activates culture.

For seed, use one cup culture per bushel of seed. Coat seed with culture before planting. For package of seed, add about one tsp. close package and shake to coat seed. For cuttings, coat 2 inches on end of cutting and insert coated end into a pre-made hole in the soil. To inoculate plants or trees already in the ground, make holes around root area and sprinkle a small amount into each hole, refill and water in. Unlike other Growth Promoting Products that must be mixed and sprayed from every two to four weeks during the growing season, Garden Eden only needs to be applied once a year! And product will last forever if stored dry. Click Here for more information and how nitrogen is made from organic matter or Click Here for Questions and Answers.

Note: When starting seed, its is recommended that a sterilized starting mix be used. This is because unsterilized soil can contain pathogenic bacteria, which can cause damping off of the seedling. During the sterilization process, even the beneficial microorganism are destroyed. By adding Aspergillus inoculate, you will be reinstating some of the lost, micro-flora that the seed and newly formed root system needs in order to grow into a healthy vigorous plant.
Test results on germinating Chamaedorea radicalis, Syagrus cearensis & Attalea polysticha seed.

Note: Keep soil damp after planting!
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 1 ounce
enough for seed

 3 ounce
enough for seed & cuttings and/or house plants

 8 ounce
enough for small gardens

Email for larger amounts

Compost Culture Concentrate

Contains naturally occurring soil micro-organisms which improve and accelerate decomposition of all compost materials. Keep product dry, water activates culture.

Directions: Apply sparingly over layers of grass, leaves, hay, or manure* and mix thoroughly. Water every 3 days.
Cow, horse or chicken manure.

Compost provides an idea soil environment that promotes the growth of essential microscopic soil organisms such as beneficial bacteria and fungi, which break down plant residues and makes them readily available for plant use. Its helps by making clay soil loose and friable while giving body and water-holding capacity to sandy soils. Its slowly releases nutrients which never burn tender roots as can chemical fertilizers. Simply put, it gives back to the soil what your plants take away!
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Mfg. by Garden of Eden Products
Aransas Pass, TX 78336
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