Acceler8 GH Prebiotic uses a unique Root Exudation Technology to promote the growth of beneficial soil bacteria & fungi and nutrient cycling protozoa. This unique blend of sea kelps and carbohydrates works to catalyze biogeochemical interaction in soils and stimulates microbes to secrete organic acids and enzymes to unlock bound soil minerals and boost plant immune system function. Each ingredient in Acceler8 GH has been selected for specialized functions to enhance soil stabilization, carbon sequestering, and natural nutrient cycling.
Acceler8 GH has been shown to re-energize the biochemical cycles in soils by helping to condition an ideal environment for beneficial soil biology. Microbial diversity has repeatedly been shown to foster overall ecosystem health, stability and resilience. Beneficial microbiology provides plants with Immune-Boosting Hormones and Plant Growth Promoting Enzymes which serve to strengthen Natural Plant Defense Mechanisms. Acceler8 GH, and its counterpart Beneblend GH, are the first step in Integrated Pest Management to help reduce infection rates and slow the spread of infection through fostering a competitive soil ecology.
Acceler8 GH may allow you the time to diagnose and target specific infection sites before significant monetary loss: reducing over applications of chemical controls and helping to mitigate pathogen resistance to chemical treatments. Incorporating Acceler8 GH in your management practices may maximize the efficiency of fertilizers by increasing natural nutrient cycling and solubilizing soil nutrient reserves when used as directed.
Eco Health Industries’ all-natural Biomimicking Technology Platform selects for specific ratios of soil bacteria and fungi. By mimicking the work of natural plant root exudates, we can reduce the energy burden on young or stressed plants by supplying select carbons to encourage beneficial microbial activity. This is especially critical for young plant establishment and speedy recovery from stress.
Through proprietary combinations of organic compounds extracted from plants, we can foster the growth of either general fungi, general bacteria, or both, depending on the ecological succession framework of our target plants. In nature, the ratio of general microbial populations trends towards bacterial dominance in annual plants and trends towards fungal dominance in forest settings. Grasses trend to have an equal balance, tipping slightly to fungal dominance.
Fostering suitable microbial activity gives young plants a shove in the right direction, helping them put more energy into root and shoot development without creating a dependency on fertilizers.