• ONLY ONE APPLICATION – We believe in simplicity & sustainability. It is only necessary to apply SC27 microbes once… That is correct, only one time every 6 months. This takes the labor, time and expense out of multiple bio applications. This is an industry first.
  • ONE MILLION MICROBES PLUS – Beneficial microbe species that are meant to grow in the soil will do exactly that. Once applied, 50 varieties of soil microbes will stabilize themselves in every gram of your soil at up to 100,000,000 colonies of Bacteria, Fungi & Actinomycetes. This happens in every gram of soil in your entire growing medium. (The average healthy soil contains 3,000 to 5,000 colonies per gram)
  • 400% ROOT BIOMASS INCREASE – In under 30 days your roots will tel you more than we ever could about your production capabilities and soil health. With a high amount of biodiversity your plants root biomass and fine root hairs will increase by more than double in treated areas. Up to 400%. This will happen in under 30 days. Guaranteed. Results you can see!
  • SOIL HEALTH – SC27 was initially designed for its efficacy on soil health. After inoculation, your roots will remain COMPLETELY white and fibrous for the duration of the crop cycle. White roots will tell you more about your soils health conditions than any laboratory analysis. Thick white roots is what SC27 is all about.
  • PESTICIDE RESISTANT – SC27 is the first inoculant which is resistant to herbicides, insecticides and non systemic fungicides. This ability occurs due to the rapid growth rate of the Fungi and Bacteria in SC27. The microbial combination of SC27 proliferates faster and into more soil aggregates than any natural or synthetic element can destroy or reach them.

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Thank you kindly for your time and interest in SC27. It is our belief that all life is intimately connected to the health of our soils. It is with this thought in mind that our microbiologists developed the SC27 product line.

At SEPIXA we do not feel microbes are “proprietary.” SC27 contains 50 naturally-occurring soil microbes which are exclusively used strains. To our knowledge these soil strains have never before been utilized on the open market.

SC27  only needs to be applied once every 6 months. You heard that right, only one application every 6 months on perennial crops or once every crop cycle. This means that the 50 strains of microbes in SC27 grow or proliferate, and do not need constant reapplication. We believe in simplicity, and SC27 reflects this by incorporating only naturally occurring soil microbes. No fertilizers or add ins are found in SC27. SC27 simply introduces soil microbes in high concentrations that grow. There is also no need to apply food sources like molasses or sugars for these strains. SC27 only needs water and soil to flourish. Lastly, there are no special temperatures to watch out for and SC27 can be opened and re used for 1.5 years.

In under 48 hours, SC27 will grow 100,000 colonies of beneficial fungi, bacteria and actinomycetes varieties per gram of soil around your plant roots. They create a highly concentrated biofilm that will stay on your plant roots for the duration of the crop cycle. After 10 days, 100,000 to 10,000,000 colonies will populate your entire growing medium, in every gram of soil. Wherever water travels, SC27 microbe strains will flourish.

SC27 was meticulously developed to aid growers looking towards sustainable and organic methodologies. Rather than constantly introducing organisms with amendments such as fermented bacterias or compost inoculants, SC27 will give growers long-term soil improvement and soil health, all at an affordable price point.

SC27 is resistant to natural and synthetic herbicides, insecticides, fungicides and nematicides. SC27 is able to achieve this because of the extremely high rates our 50 proprietary strains proliferate at. These strains enter into every soil aggregate in the entire growing medium. Most synthetic elements, even fungicides or nematicides do not reach into every soil aggregate like SC27 can. Once the synthetic element has dissipated, SC27 proliferates back in its place for long-lasting, worry free biological farming. Unfortunately, soil fumigants will dramatically reduce populations and product performance.




Sustained moisture is rarely present in desert soils. In fact, most desert soils receive LESS than 9 inches of rain annually. When it does rain, the native desert microbes which lay dormant in the soil and mostly on plant roots, must work extremely fast in order to complete the various jobs that their host plant needs to survive. Desert microbes do their work in the harshest climates of our earth. Alkaline soils that contain virtually no organic matter.

Tasks such as communicating with the plant root to grow thicker to retain more moisture which normally take weeks or months to be completed, must be completed in record time by desert strains when moisture is present. Microorganisms need carbon and water to survive, so when moisture enters their environment they instinctively know that it is time to come out of a dormant state and get to work. In these desert regions, there are no modern-day agricultural interventions. No fertilization. There is only what the microbes can make available in that soil, if and when they get the opportunity. This is Nature at work.

Just as we humans have the desire to protect our earth for our own survival, select strains of microorganisms carry the same desire to protect their host plant. These select strains, live and reproduce on their host plant’s roots in a symbiotic relationship with the plant. Often times, in a desert soil if a plant dies its microbes die with it. Survival of the fittest is the rule for many of the creatures on our planet. Microbes are no different. Therefore, in an irrigated agro ecosystem such as a golf course or row crop that sustains consistent moisture levels, the SC27 microbe strains will grow for a period of 6 full months. They have been shown to reach 1,000,000,000 colonies PER GRAM or higher. When mono cropping a plant, this amount of beneficial microbes helping the soil and plant literally changes the game. The SC27 mode of action is comprehensive and fast acting.

The former head microbiologist of NSC (Natural Science Center) Dr Frank McKenna isolated 1500 of these types of microbe strains that essentially “work fast”. His goals in refining this product as he created it was to utilize the species of microbes which wanted to live. In Australia they called them “stud” microbes. These strains were carefully selected to do the following jobs:

1. Live together and with native strains in harmony
2. Grow at exponential rates with nothing more than water
3. Have a dramatic and consistent effect on soil health
4. Improve root/plant growth.

Simply put, when numbers of microbes get to the numbers only SC27 can get them to, exceptional things will happen in your soil and to your plants.


The single most important thing SC27 microbes will do for your operation is give you white roots. White roots will tell any grower more than SEPIXA ever could about their soils health, production capabilities and the health of their plants. There is a distant second to this benefit, and that is the fact that in only 20 days, 90% of our clients see a 100% to 200% increase in root biomass. With out fail, our growers apply SC27 and come back in 20 to 30 days and find their roots doubled in size and in fine root hairs. This is possible becasue our desert strains of microbes communicate with the roots. They tell the roots to grow thicker to retain more moisture while moisture is present. This idea is the very foundation of the SC27 product line.




The word sustainability is thrown around a lot these days. The true essence of the word is an idea or way of being. You can not find true sustainability in a product. SC27 is designed as another tool to aid in the process that is sustainability. Unlike any other inoculant on the market, SC27 needs to only be applied one (1) time every 6 months. What this means is that SC27 grows. Products which need to be applied monthly or bi monthly do not grow. Our approach with SC27 soil inoculant and the foundation of its design was to help others and give our clientele the ability to achieve worry free biological farming. This aspect of growing is an essential and often times over looked dynamic of the process in a natural agro ecosystem. SC27 has been designed to reduce costs and become an integral part of sustainable  methodologies and ideologies.


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Soil microbes are a part of earth just as we are a part of earth. The same microbes that exist in our soil so to exist in our own bodies. To our knowledge however, there is no other product on this earth that utilizes the strains we have been fortunate to find in nature. SC27 contains strains such as Streptomyces, Glomus, Paraglomus, Lacarria, Rhizopogon, Streptoverticillium and our own highly potent strains of Bacillus Subtilis. These strains stimulate native and inoculated rhizobia to produce biochemical factors shown to improve root nodulation. The term plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) is generally used to describe naturally occurring free-living soil bacteria that are involved in a beneficial association with plants and reflects the facts that the site of action of these organisms is on or near the roots of the plant (i.e., the rhizosphere). PGPR have the potential capability to significantly enhance the yields of various crops. PGPR stimulate the growth of plants by one or more of a number of different direct and indirect mechanisms. Indirect mechanisms are those related to the production of metabolites, such as siderophores. The key element to understand here is that it is not important what a microbe does with his life or what he does on his own. It is what he produces with others that makes the group effective. The 50 “proprietary strains” in SC27 create enzymes and metabolites which make SC27 work. Like a house of cards, if one is taken away, the house of cards will crumble.


SC27 has been proven to have a highly significant mode of action by the following Universities.

Cornell University

NC State University

Clemson University

University of Florida

University of Georgia

Texas A and M

University of Washington

University of Illinois

University of Wisconsin

Michigan State University

University of Maine

Oregon State University

University of Idaho

UC Davis

Murdock University Western Australia

University of Queensland

University of New South Wales

Agricultural University of China- Bejing

University of United Arab Emerites