Brix™ is a microbial, entirely organic formulation developed and patented by Michigan State University (MSU), one of the world’s leading agricultural research institutions.  

It’s a multifunctional poly-microbial formulation . It is a patent pending array of 30+ strains of naturally occurring soil microbes in a unique and unprecedented combination and concentration (1012 or greater). Key microbes include multiple, friendly strains of Bacillus, Enterobacter, Pseudomonas, Stenotrophomonas, Rhizobium, Azorhizobium, and Trichoderma.

Microbes contained in Brix™ are both eco-friendly and user-friendly, protecting both soil health and preventing nutrient leaching. The multiple strains of beneficial microbes uphold atmospheric nitrogen fixation and availability, phosphate solubilization and availability, plant nutrient cycling and uptake, phyto-hormone production, and act as biological control agents. Benefits from this soil-microbe interaction include enhanced plant root and shoot growth which results in higher yields and nutrient density and increases plant resistance to pests and disease. The microbial consortium act synergistically and have saprophytic competency in soil. This includes the ability to withstand extreme environmental conditions such as high or low soil pH, soil moisture issues, and sandy or heavy clay soils. The microbes are suspended in a 12% humic acid carrier, stabilized at a pH of 7.0, allowing Brix™ to be used in diverse soil types. Application of Brix™ increases humus content of the soil and provides for an improved soil CEC.

MSU has documented increased crop yields from 25% to 400%. Test results have shown Brix™ to remediate barren soil to arable soil (capable of growing crops). It also dramatically reduces the need for chemical fertilizers, insecticides, and fungicides, thus reducing the carbon footprint of farming and grazing. 

Brix™ causes the soil to retain water and avert water run-off. It prevents nitrogen from chemical fertilizers, and residues from pesticides from washing into oceans, lakes and rivers and creating “Dead Growth Zones.”

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