Wind River SoilCare


Wind River SoilCare is the perfect solution for a dying or dull landscape or an all new landscape project. With its all-natural formula of 74 species of beneficial microbes, Wind River SoilCare provides plants with a healthy balance of microbes that will help them defend against any blight, rusts, root rot, and harmful insects. Microbes are in all life, not just plants. By using SoilCare, you can strengthen the ecosystem in your soil and other growing media.

Features of Wind River SoilCare

    • Has a wide array of uses
    • Functions within Horizon O and A soil layers
    • Decomposes organic matter into a rich carbon source
    • Contains mainly endomycorrhizal with some ectomycorrhiza
    • Increases water retention and water holding capacity
    • Soil disturbance tolerant
    • Rich in bacterial diversity

Available In Bulk In The Following Sizes:

  • 55 Gallons
  • 250 Gallons
  • 6,000 Gallons

Call us at (717) 354-5570 for bulk pricing.

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What Are Soil Microbes?

The reason we have soil microbes for sale is the difference we have seen them make in the lives of our customers. It seems like such a simple step, but introducing soil microbes into the ecosystem of your landscape will make all the difference. Soil microbes are living organisms that help your yard keep a sharp, vibrant look. The microbes are invisible to the naked eye. They play a vital role in the health and well-being of your grass. Microbes assist in breaking down and decomposing dead plants and animals and carry nutrients through the grass root system. Keeping soil microbes present and active in the ecosystem of your yard will keep your grass fresh and green.

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Benefits of Soil microbes

The biology of your soil microbes is essential for the life and growth of insects, earthworms, plant roots, grassroots, and animals. Soil microbes help break down crop residues as well as help new growth. Soil microbes play a crucial role in maintaining healthy and fertile soil. Here is a breakdown of the reasons soil microbes are essential for your yard or garden. Wind River’s formula blend has 74 different species of soil microbes that are designed to work together and help your yard grow lush and green. 

Soil Health and Fertility

Soil microbes are perfect for landscapes that have lost their luster and vibrance. Soil microbes create a diverse and prosperous environment to help grow healthy grass. Soil microbes break down organic matter, suppressing most types of soil-born disease. This product will cause your soil to break down and become more porous and crumbly. This will allow air and water to penetrate the root system of the grass. By breaking down organic matter, microbes also release nutrients that will assist in plant growth. If you are tired of having a dull, unappealing landscape, we highly recommend you try this product.

Protect your environment

Besides breaking down organic matter, soil microbes can assist in breaking down harmful chemicals such as herbicides, pesticides, and fertilizers. Introducing these microbes into your soil also will stabilize soil particles, which will help keep the ground from eroding over time. 

Nutrient Cycling

Soil microbes break down organic matter into small compounds, causing plants to be able to use the organic matter as food. If soil microbes did not do this process, it would cause organic matter to build up in the soil over time, causing it to be infertile. Soil microbes also play a part in the growth of your grass by releasing nutrients such as potassium, phosphorus, and nitrogen. 

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Soil Microbes application guide

Pick a good time to spray when the wind is calm so the application goes where you want. You don’t want to waste your spray. Here are tips for different plant applications.

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Individual Plant

Mix 1oz or two tablespoons with one gallon of water. Spray the soil liberally every 14 days. Alternatively, you can apply the spray directly on the leaves. Mix 1-2oz per gallon and spray the leaves 1-2 times weekly.

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Vegetable and Raised Bed Gardens

Mix 1oz or two tablespoons with one gallon of water. Spray your garden soil liberally every 14 days. You can also apply the spray directly on the leaves. Mix 1-2oz per gallon and spray the leaves 1-2 times weekly.

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Large Gardens (43,560 sq feet or more)

Mix 1oz or two tables spoons with one gallon of water. Spray soil after tiling but before planting. Repeat treatment in 30 days. Mix ½ gallon per 5 gallons of water and spray plants liberally 1-2 times per week.

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Hydroponics, Aquaponics, or Aeroponics

Add 30ml per gallon of water to the reservoir. Repeat every three weeks or each time the reservoir is emptied.

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Miz 1-2 gallons with 20 gallons of water and spray liberally. Apply every 2-3 months or as needed. This measurement is based on spreading per acre. To use on the average residential lawn we recommend Mixing 1 to 2 oz per gallon of water spread.

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Pasture, Fields, Row Crops

Spray tilled soil liberally before planting. Miz 1 gallon with 15-20 gallons of water for each acre for the first annual application. Cut the rate in half for each successive application.

Soil Care Calculator

If you dont know your CEC Number, Use the < 10 application

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If you want to learn about what CEC numbers are visit our our blog on What Is Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC) Number in soil, and why is it important.

SoilCare Product Label

soil microbe directions

16 oz, 32 oz, 32 oz tip n pour, 64 oz, 64 oz tip n pour, 1 Gallon, 2.5 Gallons

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