Inoculants

Inoculants from MBS Drive the Composting Process

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  • ACS N-Converter

    (30 Gal.Drum)

    In the breakdown portion of the composting process, organic matter is broken down by microbial processes and their resulting heat. Nitrogen is converted from ammonia (NH3) to Nitrates (NO3).

    Inoculation with ACS N-Converter provides the specific microbes best suited to efficiently and effectively break down the organic matter then convert the ammonia to nitrites, and then nitrates. Nitrogen conversion is the factor carrying the greatest weight in compost quality. ACS N-Converter also increases the overall microbial population and its diversity. Inoculates 1,000 cubic yards of initial material.

  • ACS Humifier

    (2-1/2 Gal. Jug)

    ACS Humifier provides the microbial species necessary build-up the broken down organic matter into short chain humic substances while increasing the overall microbial population size and diversity. Ten (10) gallons (4-2 ½ gallon jugs) inoculates 500 cubic yards of in-process material. Note that during the composting process, the volume of the initial material will be reduced by half, i.e. 1,000 cubic yards of initial material will be reduced to approximately 500 cubic yards by the time ACS Humifier is added.

  • ACS Finisher

    (9 Lb. Pail)

    ACS Finisher provides the specific microbial species that continue the humification process, extending the humic substance chains, stabilizing any remaining volatile compounds and further adding to the microbial population size and diversity. Inoculates 500 cubic yards of finished material.

  • ACS Inoculant Combo Pack

    ACS Inoculant Combo Pack is our most economic way to buy the inoculants necessary to produce high quality, high fertility impact compost. The Combo Pack contains enough ACS N-Converter, ACS Humifier, and ACS Finisher to treat 1,000 cubic yards of initial material or 500 cubic yards of finished compost.

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