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NetZero Mycelium Orbs - Capture 1 Ton of Lawn/Yard CO2

Posted: February 24, 2021
$75 - $125
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Think of NetZero Mycelium Orbs as bath bombs for your backyard. Bath bombs that, like any good bath bomb, will rejuvenate your soil and energize your plants' root systems, but will also do one better: the ectomycorrhizae and endomycorrhizae fungi that make up NetZero Mycelium Orbs are able to absorb up to 1 ton of CO2 in your lawn, garden, urban lot, forest, or farm each year, helping reduce your carbon footprint in the world.

It would be like if your bathtub bath bomb could relax your body and nourish your skin and heal your arthritis, get rid of those cancer-lookin' moles, and knock a few pounds off your midsection. NetZero Orbs are basically the difference between a bath bomb that goes fizzzzz and one that goes BOOOOOOM!

NetZero Orbs come in 1/4 or 1/2 pound sizes, able to capture 1/2 and 1 ton of carbon dioxide respectively, every year, for up to 10 years. Application seems pretty simple. Plop your little fungal superstar in a watering can or hose sprayer (or Wheelbarrow Water Bag) and water your lawn, garden, and landscaping. The 1/4 pound Orb covers carbon footprints of about 5,575 square feet (1/8 acre) and the half-pounder double that.

Once you've spread the NetZero Orb, it begins spreading its greenhouse gas-sucking love. According to NetZero, the mycelium's biology allows it to create "a symbiotic relationship with plants' root systems, extending their reach 1,000-fold, giving them access to water, nutrients, and allowing the plants to communicate under the soil while sequestering 50% of their carbon!" They say their technology has been reviewed and confirmed by dozens of independent scientists across North America, Asia, and Africa.

Use of NetZero Mycelium Orbs is also safe for children and pets who may be using the green space after the carbon footprint erasing begins. The CO2 reducers are kicking off as a crowdfunding project, with anticipated shipping beginning in Summer 2021.

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