Our technology has been extensively tested by growers and farmers around the world and by leading US academic institutions and is proven by these institutions and independent labs to increase growth. We are a Colorado company based in Fort Collins and all production is done in-house for quality control. Our beneficial bacterial formulas run clean in hydroponic systems and are an excellent way to derive organic benefits (OMRI listed in the US and Canada as well as California OIM certified) without sacrificing water quality.
Our products were developed by screening billions of soil microorganisms to identify those that most efficiently release bound phosphorus, making it available to plants. We then selected for further enhanced microbial efficiency, ultimately resulting in a consortium of soil bacteria that are thirty times more effective at releasing bound soil P.
Why We Are Different
MAMMOTH P is the first organically derived microbial inoculant that maximizes phosphorus and micronutrient cycling to maximize growth, increase yield, and enhance plant health.
YETI Bloom is an organic microbial biostimulant for the specialty crop sector. Yeti works well in both soil and hydroponic systems and works in a range of growing conditions.
Who We Are
CEOGregg has been involved in startups to mature companies and from private to public entities. He has experience in launching and scaling early stage companies, executing on valuation creation strategies and in raising seed/venture capital. He has been an investor and advisor in numerous companies including retail and commercial CPG product rollouts. He was President of a company that was listed twice in the top 10 of the INC500 and cumulative revenues under his presidency of that organization exceeded $2 billion. He is an active member of Young Presidents Organization (YPO/WPO) and sits on numerous charitable boards, including the American Committee for the Weizmann Institute for Science, The Simon School (University of Rochester) Executive Advisory Board, and the Global Institute of Leadership, Tufts University. He received his MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management and BSBA from the University of Arizona.
Colin Bell, PhD
Co-Founder, Co-Inventor, Chief Growth OfficerColin completed his Ph.D. at Texas Tech University in 2009 and became a member of the Wallenstein lab in August 2011. His initial research involved working with the collaborative research team at the prairie heating and elevated CO2 experimental site (PHACE) in Wyoming. The overall goal of this project was to characterize the effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 and increased temperatures on the metabolic and physiological characteristics of plant and soil microbial properties associated within plan community rhizospheres in the mixed grass prairie. His more recent research interests focus on specific plant species-microbial relationships within the rhizosphere stoichiometry and plant rhizoengineering mechanisms that influence soil microbial taxonomic functional diversity to promote plant fitness.
Matt Wallenstein, PhD
Co-Founder, Co-Inventor, ChairmanMatt is a globally recognized expert in how living organisms in soils help cycle nutrients to support healthy plants, with over 90 publications and many awards including the National Science Foundation’s CAREER award. He is a professor and Department Head of Soil and Crop Sciences at Colorado State University.
Richard Conant, PhD
Co-FounderRich is an ecosystem ecologist at the Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory and a Professor in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Sustainability at Colorado State University. He is also affiliated with the International Livestock Research Institute and Queensland University of Technology. He is studying how land use and land management practices impact carbon and nitrogen cycling in agriculture and grassland ecosystems. Rich is a participant in national and international efforts to quantify human impacts on carbon cycling and he earned his Ph.D. at Arizona State University in 1997.