Industrial Strength Sludge And Waste Digesting Bacteria

Proculture is a highly concentrated blend of live heterotrophic bacteria and enzymes specifically formulated for handling high nutrient loads for efficient pond management and ease of maintenance.

These specially selected strains of naturally occurring bacteria produce large quantities of hydrolytic enzymes capable of liquefying and digesting simple and complex proteins, fats, oils, cellulose, and starch.

Proculture bacteria are harvested with their enzyme saturated growth media and dried. When dissolved, the bacteria quickly emerge from their spore capsules and begin feeding on organic sludge.






No permits or applicator’s licenses are required to use Proculture. The bacteria in Proculture are recognized by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) and listed in the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). No registration with the EPA is required because Proculture is not an algicide and is not regulated under the Federal Insecticides, Fungicides, and Rodenticides Act (FIFRA).

Where Is Proculture Effective?

Proculture has excellent applications for pond restoration, high-density ponds and raceways, and open or closed aquaculture operations. It will degrade organic debris accumulation in bio-filters and sand or gravel filters that may clog the filter media to produce toxic anaerobic zones. Proculture decreases channeling; and, increases efficiency and outflow pressure.

What Kind Of Bacteria Is Proculture?

Proculture Bacteria are classified as facultative anaerobic heterotrophs. They will work in both the presence and absence of oxygen and require organic carbon. The introduction of billions of these bacteria into a pond or lake will enhance, or augment, the existing microbial populations for improved efficiency in degrading wastes. This process is called bio-augmentation.  Proculture bacteria also serve as two tier probiotics.

Is Proculture 100% Safe?

Proculture is very stable and has a long shelf life. The bacteria are 100 percent non-toxic, non-pathogenic, and feed on decomposing organic matter (sludge). Proculture is non-corrosive and easy to handle. These bacteria pose no health hazards to humans, fish, pets, plants, waterfowl, or any other type of wildlife.

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