Molasses provides a natural food source for the indigenous microbial populations in the soil. It is recommended for all types of plants, crops and turf. Molasses is compatible with most natural biological soil stimulators.
The original biological activator for the soil, called "Yogurt for the Soil" by natural gardening experts, stimulates beneficial organisms in the soil. You'll notice a healthier, stronger root system because it actually loosens and balances the soil. It's excellent for revitalizing tired, overworked lawns and gardens. Medina Soil Activator can be used with most fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides, or in conjunction with natural soil building practices. It is excellent for compost piles, and derived from a complex bio-catalyst process. It's also fortified with essential micronutrients.
Soil sulfur is used to correct overly alkaline soils, especially for acid loving plants like azaleas and hydrangeas. It is a slow acting and long lasting treatment.
Charcoal acts as a filter to absorb impurities in water and improve air quality. It is excellent as a layer in the bottom of containers and in terrariums where water may pool. Charcoal also can help absorb impurities in fertilizer.
Perlite is a mineral which is super-heated and pops like popcorn. These lightweight particles increases aeration and decreases water-holding when incorporated into soil.
Vermiculite is the mineral Mica, super-heated to expand much like a accordion. This mineral is often used in soil mixes to increase water holding. Many growers use vermiculite in their flats in order to create a micro environment that will protect seeds from air currents and insulate the seeds to provide uniform germination temperatures.