Improving Soil Conditions Using ByoGrow


Soil quality continues to worsen over many parts of the country. This is due to the decline in natural microbial population, which helps important nutrients (N-P-K) be more easily consumed by plants, by the high use of soil additives such as synthetic fertilizers.  As a result, overuse of conventional fertilizers causes  soil issues such as salt and phosphate build-up, as well as unnecessary added cost.  Therefore, improving soil conditions will help improve growth.  How can damage or poor soil be improved?

ByoGrow can help.  It improves soil conditions through a blend of several unique components. It helps free up bound nutrients and also improves soil structure.  ByoGrow can be used with your current nutrient program.


Application and Benefits

This product is intended for Agricultural and Home garden applications. ByoGrow gives the following benefits:

  • Detoxifies the soil from the large number of accumulated toxins associated with fertilizers and regular chemical products
  • Acts as a binding agent therefore improving access to vital plant nutrients, including nitrogen, calcium, phosphorus, potassium and trace minerals
  • Increases nutrient and water storage through better cellular uptake
  • Increases plant-beneficial microbes in the soil
  • Improves the natural organic soil structure using humic acid technology
  • Reduces disease pressure through beneficial microbial activity to break down both carbohydrates and protein components of harmful bacteria and disease pathogens
  • Contains ingredients that are safe for use around animals, fish and humans.


Case Studies

Sustaining and Improving Alfalfa During Near Drought Conditions

Yield Improvement for Idaho Potatoes

Pasture Treatment in Texas Improved Cuttings per Season 

Increased Corn Growth and Pumpkin Maturation Rate in Upstate New York, USA 

Helping a Blueberry Farm in Washington State

Increased Giant Bermuda Grass Growth in West Texas, USA

What is ByoGrow?

Application Guide



Technical Data Sheets