Bud Bionics Launches Innovative Cannabis Microbial Soil Enhancer

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Bud Bionics, Inc. introduces groundbreaking Microbial Soil Enhancer geared toward growing and cultivating cannabis.

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Our Research and Devolvement team have completed many studies with amazing results. We are so confident that we urge growers to do their own side-by-side comparisons, with and without our product, to see the results for themselves.

Bud Bionics’ recently launched a revolutionary Microbial Soil Enhancer. This new product is a nutrient uptake facilitator that allows nutrients to be converted at a much higher rate. It can help growers increase yields, obtain higher potency and grow bigger buds, and can be used in any growing medium (soil, water, or mixture).

“Our Microbial Enhancer inoculates the root system from harmful bacteria with beneficial bacteria or (Beneficial Microbes), allowing the plant to grow to its full potential,” said Jack Young, founder of Bud Bionics, Inc. “Our Research and Devolvement team have completed many studies with amazing results. We are so confident that we urge growers to do their own side-by-side comparisons, with and without our product, to see the results for themselves.”

With new legislation going into effect across the nation regarding the legalization of cannabis, Bud Bionics began work on their Microbial Enhancer. After many long days, long hours and different variations of their product, they perfected their formula. Bud Bionics considers their product to be the front runner and one the best innovations in Bio-Microbial Technology in today’s marketplace

“Our Microbial Soil Enhancer increases bud size, and also reduces bacterial diseases, improves the plant’s overall health and immune system, and maximizes root systems and stem strength,” noted Young. “Although the product was primarily designed for cannabis, it can be used for growing anything, including grandma’s tomatoes.”

One of the things that sets Bud Bionics apart from similar products is its shelf life, which is a major plus for businesses buying in bulk or an individual that is not planning on using the product right away. The microbes selected remain dormant and have been suspended in a proprietary formula and won’t activate until they interact with water.

“The water activates the microbes to start going to work, so the shelf life is considerably greater than you get with most other products,” said Young. “You don’t have to feel like you must use the product immediately.

“I was introduced to Bud Bionics through my local grow shop. Previously, I was using another microbial product with good results; Bud Bionics is not only half price, but it works twice as well. Product is amazing,” stated client John Corey.

Added Cole Markus, principal and owner of Reno Cannabis Convention, “Bud Bionics was a fantastic company to have at my convention. They provided a unique product and a knowledgeable staff to our show floor. It was clear to everyone at the show that their booth was packed all day.”

Bud Bionics sells direct to the public online and invites brick and mortars, such as grow shops, hydroponic shops and nurseries, to also carry the product.

About Bud Bionics
Bud Bionics is a biotechnology corporation that specializes in the use of microbial technology (beneficial microbes) for plant life through soil/coco or hydroponic use. Its scientists, along with its research and development team, have decades of experience in the field of microbial technology working with soil and plant life on a day to day basis. For more information, please call 1-800-580-1655, or visit http://www.budbionics.com. Bud Bionics is located near Lake Tahoe in Zephyr Cove NV. 89448.

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