Biosol Forte


A beneficial fungal biomass (mycelium) is obtained by the fermentation of raw materials such
as: soybean meal, cottonseed meal, sucrose, lactose, trace elements and vitamins under constant sterile
conditions. The fungus strain used is Penicillium Chrysogenum (dry mycelium). A nutrient broth of
active ingredients is extracted from that fungal biomass and is mixed with a bacterial biomass (from the
manufacturing of various antibiotics, enzymes, proteins, etc.). This broth then undergoes a second
fermentation of 20 – 24 hours in which the dissolved nutrients are bound in a bacterial biomass. The
biomass is dried at 110° – 130° C for approximately 4 – 6 hours.

Biosol Forte may be used in similar applications as Biosol with the exception of organic farming.
Biosol Forte is a fermented plant based organic fertilizer, sterilized and free of weed seeds.


96% fungal and bacterial biomass, 4% water


N-P-K = 7-2-1


Biosol Forte’s beneficial bacterial biomass and fungal biomass enhances soil health and
microbial life. This unique slow release nutrient formulation provides vital plant nutrients throughout
the entire growing season due to the fermented organic material. There is an increased effect on the
formation of humus, root mass and the living microbial biomass in the soils. Promoting a healthy
balance of microbial life ensures long-term plant color and plant health. This results in far lower
concentrations of nitrates or phosphorous in ground water than mineral fertilizers. Biosol Forte will not
burn seed or vegetation.

Biosol Forte is used for the following qualities:
  • Enriches soil with quality nutrients.
  • Stimulates micro-organism activity in the soil.
  • Improves plant health (chlorosis, stem disease, blossom drop).
  • Increases crop yields.
  • Increases the sugar content (content is expressed as degree Oechsle, Brix, or Balling).
  • It promotes quality ripening of fruits and vegetables.
  • Biosol Forte should always be applied topically.
  • California (Carson, Livermore, Oakland, Carpinteria)
  • Colorado (Denver, Longmont)
  • Idaho (Nampa)
  • Maryland
  • Minnesota
  • Missouri (St. Peters, St. Louis)
  • New Hampshire
  • North Carolina
  • Oregon (Portland)
  • Washington (Seattle, Spokane)
  • Canada (Vancouver)


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