Bacillus coagulans | 10 billion CFU/g

Bacillus coagulans | 10 billion CFU/g

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What is Bacillus coagulans?

Bacillus coagulans, also known as B. coagulans, are both a phytase and phosphatase-producing bacterium that creates lactic acid. Studies show that adding Bacillus coagulans in the soil helps improve plant biomass, root length, plant P concentration, and straw and seed yield. In addition, when incorporated into a feed source for livestock, B. coagulans may help to improve intestinal health.  

Appearance: Brown/yellow powder

Minimum Viable Count: 10 Billion CFU/g


  1. Keep in a cool, dry place under average temperature.
  2. Avoid sun exposure.
  3. Seal after each use.
  4. Use regularly after opening.

Shelf Life: Freshness guaranteed for 18 months in well-sealed condition and stored at or below 18 C / 64 F. Do not freeze.

Agricultural/feed grade.

Warning: This product is not intended for human consumption.