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ACE

ACE Biological Stimulant

 

ACE is a liquid biotic containing a consortia of natural beneficial microorganisms for use as an auxiliary soil and plant amendment. Soil microbial populations can be depleted due to repeated use of chemical fertilizers, decline in organic matter, excessive heat or cold, or several other reasons. ACE is designed to restore a population of beneficial microorganisms to soil to improve soil health. When soil is highly populated with beneficial microorganisms, disease pressures are reduced.

 

Six Key Benefits of Healthier Soil with ACE:

Disease Suppression

Beneficial bacteria aids in the suppression of soil diseases.

 

Decomposition of Organic Matter

Breaks down organic matter into a form, such as humus, to feed indispensable microorganisms.

 

Nutrient Retention

Beneficial bacteria and fungi gather free Nitrogen and convert it to proteins as they multiply.

 

Nutrient Recycling

Microbial colonies consume the converted protein, releasing ammonium that is converted to Nitrates; the result being a steady release of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and other essential nutrients.

 

Production of Plant Growth Regulators

Microorganisms in the root zone produce hormones and chemical signals vital to stimulating plant growth and development.

 

Improved Soil Structure and Tilth

Bacteria glues soil and clay particles together in an aggregated and breathable structure, while the fungi grows through and physically binds the structure, preventing collapse.

 

Effect of Ace on Petunia stand grown in Pythium and Rhizoctonia infested soil-less media 6 weeks after seeding.

 

Healthy stand of Zinna grown in Pythium and Rhizoctonia infested soil-less media 14 days after seeding.

 

Effect of Ace on Zinnia stand grown in Pythium and Rhizoctonia infested soil-less media 6 weeks after seeding.

 

Effect of Ace on Geranium stand grown in Pythium and Rhizoctonia infested soil-less media 6 weeks after seeding.

Available Sizes

55 gallon drum              275 gallon tote                    Bulk tanker

For pricing and more information contact John Olivas (877) 424-6724 or john.olivas@biosci.com