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About Us

Our Story

Who We Are

Hi there and welcome! I’m Jim McClain, owner and operator of BioMax Microbes.

My team and I, help agriculture producers in the West save money and time by addressing a major issue that is often overlooked: soil health.

Soil health is a rising topic in today’s society and we are certainly passionate talking about it. Understanding and knowing how our soil works, will help us better understand our crops and what they need to thrive. 

We understand that farmers are looking for better answers to your new and evolving concerns. You are working with less water, more pest problems, and more. It doesn’t make sense to continue to spray, haul water, and use more chemicals because it’s not healthy for our climate, waterways, and doesn’t work for your pocketbook.


Soil health gets to the root of the problem, which is why our product will help you decrease chemical fertilizer use, and improve water efficiency. Our microbes will kick-start your soil and get it back on the right track so your crops will grow in higher quantities AND have higher quality. 

From orange orchards to strawberry fields, our microbes will work for you. The microbes are essentially feeding the soil and storing nutrients for your future crops vs. you putting fertilizer down every year for that one crop. We like to compare it to yogurt. Yogurt is a probiotic for your gut while our microbes are a probiotic for your soil.

If you are ready to make a change on your farm, then reach out to us today. We are excited to work with farmers who want to make more money, save more time, and decrease overall inputs. We’ll set you up with the appropriate amount of microbes, so you can be on your way to bigger and better things!

Get ahold of us today!


BioMax Microbes

What Crop Does This Help?

In short, our microbes help any crop that uses soil. Because the microbes are increasing the soil productivity, it's then in turn making for a healthy plant. Soil health is a key factor in reducing production inputs because the microbes are replacing what you once needed to feed your plants.



Strawberries, cantaloupe, watermelon, oranges, tangerines, and peaches.


Vegetables Crops

Tomatoes, broccoli, cucumbers, celery, cauliflower, onions, green onions, lettuce, kale, and cabbage.

Peach with a leaf

Orchard Crops

Almonds, olives, walnuts, pistachios, avocados, limes, lemons, and grapes.

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