Learn from the Experts

Our vision is to change the way the world grows – that’s why we’re always excited to share new studies, articles, and events where you can learn the latest firsthand.

From microbial processes to agricultural science, we make it easy for you to learn what our PhD Microbiologists have spent years discovering. Here, you can also get a transparent picture of all the Mammoth® happenings by clicking on the “In the News” tab.

In the News

Science

FAQs

Events

IN THE NEWS

Phosphorus mobilizing consortium Mammoth P™ enhances plant growth

Phosphorus mobilizing consortium Mammoth P™ enhances plant growth

Phosphorus (P) is a critical nutrient used to maximize plant growth and yield. Current agriculture management ...
Growcentia Releases New MAMMOTH® Silica Product

Growcentia Releases New MAMMOTH® Silica Product

FORT COLLINS, Colo., July 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Growcentia, Inc., an agricultural biotechnology company, ...

SCIENCE

Phosphorus mobilizing consortium Mammoth P™ enhances plant growth

Phosphorus mobilizing consortium Mammoth P™ enhances plant growth

Phosphorus (P) is a critical nutrient used to maximize plant growth and yield. Current agriculture management ...

The Importance of “N” in Plants

By Colin Bell, PhDChief Revenue Officer and Co-Founder, Growcentia Nitrogen (N) is an essential macro element ...

The Importance of “K” in Plants

By Colin Bell, PhDChief Revenue Officer and Co-Founder, Growcentia Potassium (K) is one of 17 essential elements ...
The Importance of “P” in Plants

The Importance of “P” in Plants

By Colin Bell, PhDChief Revenue Officer and Co-Founder, Growcentia Phosphorus (P) is an essential macro element, ...
What is a Consortium Anyway?

What is a Consortium Anyway?

by Colin Bell, PhD; Matt Wallenstein, PhD; Peter Baas, PhD The Growcentia team often refers to microbes working ...
Using Beneficial Soil Microbes to Improve Plant Growth

Using Beneficial Soil Microbes to Improve Plant Growth

By Colin Bell, PhDChief Growth Officer and Co-Founder, Growcentia Plants have co-evolved with soil microbes over ...
What are enzymes and what do they do?

What are enzymes and what do they do?

Enzymes are specialized proteins that soil microbes use to make nutrients available for microbial and plant uptake,

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

MAMMOTH PRODUCTS

Do you have a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee?

Yes, Mammoth is backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Do you ship internationally?

We have distribution partners for Mammoth P in several international markets. Please email info@mammothmicrobes.com for more information.

At this time Mammoth Biocontrol (MB-PI) is only available in the United States. Please refer to the “Where to Buy” page to find out where MB-PI is approved for sale.

MAMMOTH P

Can I get a sample?

Thanks for your interest in Mammoth P! We do not provide samples to our customers directly, however some of our retail partners do have samples on hand. This varies by location, so we would recommend giving your store a call before you visit. Check out our store locator to find a store near you, or an online retailer that fits your needs.

Why are some bottles of Mammoth® P darker in color?

Mammoth P may darken over time, and different colorization is completely normal. This is due to redox reactions in the alfalfa extract that we use in our formula. Redox reactions are completely natural ocurrences in all living materials. In general, redox reactions occur when oxygen mixes in with the formula, which causes a darker color.

We have rigorously tested color variation and effectiveness of the microbes in Mammoth P and we’ve found that the product is equally as effective, no matter what the color.

Why does Mammoth® P have a strong odor?

As PhD soil microbiologists, we have yet to grow active microbes that smelled good! The bacteria in Mammoth P do have a strong smell, as they are very active and highly functional for promoting plant growth.

 

Why are there chunks floating in my bottle of Mammoth® P?

It is completely normal to see sediment floating in your bottle of Mammoth P, being that it is an active microbial product. The sediment does not influence the effectiveness of the product and will not cause harm to your plants in any way. We simply recommend shaking your bottle of Mammoth P well before using.

 

Let's Work Together

Interested in becoming a top-tier retailer of Mammoth products?


Join our Certified Retailer program today!

Are you a licensed commercial cultivator?

Speak with a commercial consultant.