Harnessing The Power Of Microbial Science For A Greener, Safer World


Our Mission

ProGro BIO is a Georgia-based microbial sciences company with a mission to develop all-natural, organically certified solutions to assist farmers, gardeners and growers of all kinds to grow healthier, more durable and greater producing plants.


Doing It Nature's Way

Worldwide Research Shows:

Rhizol increases plant biomass and accelerates the plant's secondary metabolism, producing greater crop yields and healthier, more durable plants.

Field Tests

Rhizol's microbial mixture strengthens soils and root systems, generating greater resistance to soil borne pathogens.

Scientific Studies Conclude:

The microbial mixture in Rhizol significantly increases plant and soil health.

Impact of Long-term Fertilizer and Pesticide Use

Between 1955 and 1973 global crop yields increased significantly as hundreds of toxic chemical pesticides and fertilizers became available. Since then, yields per acre have dramatically decreased due to soil degradation the chemicals have caused, while widespread chemical use has resulted in chronic human disease and ecological degradation

--Dr. Robert Bruck, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, NCSU and ProGro BIO Inc. Chief Science Officer


Negatively Impacts Health

Chemical pesticides can poison the food supply. Exposure can cause fertility and reproductive issues, diabetes, obesity, and degenerative diseases.


Harmful to Expectant Mothers & Children

Exposure is linked to childhood cancers, neurodevelopmental disorders, disruption to endocrine systems, and other disorders.


Drains Economies

Pesticide exposure-related illness creates lost workdays. Exploitative markets lead to farmer dependency and overuse.
The cost to use is growing while effectiveness is being diminished.


Decreases Biodiversity

Pesticides have been linked to declines in pollinators, beneficial insects, birds, mammals, aquatic animals, and non-target plants.


Damages Water, Soil, and Air

Run-off contaminates surface and groundwater. Earthworms and soil microorganisms are poisoned, affecting soil fertility.