Holganix is Unlike Any Turf or Plant Treatment Available Today.

Holganix is a 100% organic, plant probiotic that balances the soil's ecosystem, building strong roots and growing healthier, more resilient plants. By harnessing the benefits of naturally occurring soil microorganisms contained within the product, Holganix allows you to nourish plants while drastically reducing the need for synthetic fertilizers and pesticides required to obtain a lush, green, weed-free lawn.  


Taking Organics to the Next Level

Traditionally, organic turf and plant products have consisted largely of compost tea and composting efforts. While these are commendable approaches to an organic solution they can be expensive, complicated and largely deliver inconsistent and slow results.

With Holganix, that all changes. Holganix's patented process allows for consistency. It begins as a concentrated, plant based compost tea that is composed of naturally selected ingredients. In addition to the compost tea, Holganix layers in numerous beneficial ingredients designed to foster strong, healthy plants.

When utilizing a 100% organic program or when using Holganix alone, users still must practice patience when looking for results.

This is one reason why we advocated for a hybrid approach, combining organics with small amounts of synthetic inputs such as fertilizers and pesticides.


A Hybrid Approach

Part of our philosophy at Holganix is combining the benefits of an organic program while increasing the efficiency of a synthetic program. Instead of blanketing turf and plants with traditional fertilizers and pesticides, Holganix allows you to drastically reduce the amount of inputs, exchanging buckets of synthetics for teaspoons.

That means you are not only providing excellent service for your customers, but are also offering a program that is better for the environment.


How is Holganix better for the environment? 

Check out our Greater Green Goal to reduce the emission of nitrogen, phosphorus and concentrated pesticides. Then, visit our Dead Zone page to learn about the environmental effects of a synthetic program.

>>Greater Green Goal

>>Dead Zones