Check Out Our Feature In Hemp Magazine!

Mammoth P by Mammoth Microbes, a biological stimulant produced by Growcentia in Fort Collins, Colorado, provides a mix of active microbes that make phosphorous more readily available to plants. According to Gregg Steinberg, the CEO of Growcentia, this boost in nutrient uptake can maximize the health of plants through all stages of growth and result in increased yields and improved cannabinoid and terpene profiles.

Steinberg told HEMP that three Ph.D. candidates studying soil microbiology at Colorado State University founded the company in 2014 after conducting government funded research into soil health.

“They tried to identify sustainable ways to increase crop yields through natural, biological solutions,” said Steinberg.

Their research resulted in patented technology to identify, produce, and apply a consortium of microbes that unlock nutrients that are chemically bound in forms that plants are not able to use. Once these microbes and the enzymes they produce liberate the nutrients bound in the soil or hydroponic solution, they can be taken up by the roots and used in the plants’ biological processes.

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Growcentia’s Gregg Steinberg Scoops Prestigious Business Worldwide Magazine CEO Award

Gregg Steinberg of Growcentia has been honoured in the Business Worldwide
Magazine (BWM) Awards for pioneering work in the biotech industry. He was the
overall winner in the category “Biotechnology CEO of the Year – USA”, greatly
impressing the judging panel with his clear commitment to sustainability.

The title was handed out as part of the BWM 2018 Global Corporate Excellence
Awards which identify and honour the most respected companies and their C-Suite
executives, rewarding outstanding performance, innovation and ethics across
international business and finance communities.

Growcentia is an up-and-coming agriculture company working to revolutionise the
way the industry works. With the world population set to top 9.6 billion by 2050 and
increasing concerns about the environmental impact of the agriculture business,
there’s a pressing need to change the way we produce crops.

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Check Out Our Featured Article On Growers Network: “Soil Microbes and Fungi Improve Plant Growth”

Plants have co-evolved with soil microbes over hundreds of millions of years. When bacteria colonized the Earth and transformed the atmosphere over three billion years ago, they created conditions that made it possible for soil fungi to evolve (approximately 900 millions of years ago). Together, bacteria and fungi have shaped Earth’s soil structure and created habitable conditions for the evolution of plants around 700 millions of years ago. Click link below to read more:

Check Out Hydro Empire’s Recent Blog Post: “Mammoth P – Basic Dosage”

Have you heard of MAMMOTH P!? If you haven’t, don’t miss out – this highly concentrated formula by Growcentia is hitting the hydro and soil scene by storm. People in the know are using it and the verdict is in…MAMMOTH P kicks ass! MAMMOTH P is the first organically derived microbial inoculant that maximizes phosphorus and micronutrient cycling to maximize bud growth, increase yield, and enhance plant health.

For those of you who haven’t tried it yet due to lack of product knowledge, fear not! We’re here to talk about just how easy it is use, and in what scenarios you want to use it in. We’ve broken it down for you based on your growing medium of choice: soil or hydro.

Check Out Hydro Empire’s Blog Post “What Is The Difference Between Mammoth P Light & Dark?”

Mammoth P! This liquid gold microbial inoculant has been flying off our shelves for some time now but has raised some discussion lately that we would like to address. Specifically, we’re being asked what the difference is between the “light colored” version of Mammoth P some are getting, and the “dark colored” version of it that others receive. We reached out directly to Growcentia, Mammoth P’s maker, to ensure that the product was being consistently produced and below is what we were told.  Read more…