For over 30 years, Microp has been used by growers to amend problem soils and supply free nitrogen
from the air. Because Microp is OMRI listed for use in organic agriculture, you can be confident in its safety
and purity. These tiny blue-green algae add organic matter and stimulate beneficials. There is nothing
else like Microp! Mix this concentrated powder in your hose-end sprayer or watering can and use in all
your lawn and garden areas. No more fading between fertilizer applications.
Microp Lawn & Garden (A Homeowners Blend of OMRI listed Microp and Kaolin Clay)
Dosage: ½ lb. per 15,000 sq. ft. or one teaspoon per gallon of water.
Soil Builder & Nitrogen Supplying Microbes
|MICROP (Original OMRI listed formula)
For larger crop and turf applications, use the original OMRI listed Microp. Twenty times more concentrated
than Microp L&G, Microp is the secret of thousands of growers. The beneficial microbes act like a green
manure, allowing reduced use of synthetically derived nitrogen fertilizers. Soil structure is improved,
resulting in decreased compaction, crusting and erosion, and increased soil aggregation, all of which
results in increased plant yield.
Microp Dosage: 1-1.4 oz. per acre mixed with water and sprayed on the soil surface with spray
equipment. Apply 1 to 4 times per year.
"MICROP was used on some of the lawn surrounding FLOWER & GARDEN'S demonstration garden. One
area was very compacted and had a tendency to puddle after rain. After applying MICROP a few times in
the spring and early summer, water was being quickly absorbed and no longer sat on the surface."
Dan McCorkindale, Horticulturist with FLOWER AND GARDEN Magazine
"Our mum borders have shown great improvement due most likely to the soil restructuring properties of
the product. This has allowed us to discontinue bi-monthly cultivation of these sensitive shallow rooted
Joann Narverud, Grounds Supervisor at Denver Botanical Gardens
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