What is
Mycelium

Mycelium is the root system or vegetative part of fungi and the largest organism on earth.

What is
Mycelium

Mycelium is the root system or vegetative part of fungi and the largest organism on earth.

What is
Mycelium

Mycelium is the root system or vegetative part of fungi and the largest organism on earth.

What is
Mycelium

Mycelium is the root system or vegetative part of fungi and the largest organism on earth.

Mycelium breaks down organic and inorganic material at or below the surface of the ground. 

The mushroom is the fruit that emerges when growing conditions are ideal. 

Mycelium breaks down organic and inorganic material at or below the surface of the ground. 

The mushroom is the fruit that emerges when growing conditions are ideal. 

Mycelium breaks down organic and inorganic material at or below the surface of the ground. 

The mushroom is the fruit that emerges when growing conditions are ideal. 

Mycelium breaks down organic and inorganic material at or below the surface of the ground. 

The mushroom is the fruit that emerges when growing conditions are ideal. 

How Are People
Using It?

Due to its thread-like structure, mycelium is being used in clothes, shoes and other textiles.

Different species of mycelium can break down toxic things in the soil like heavy metals, rubber, concrete and plastics. There’s even a species at Chernobyl that’s harnessing the radiation as energy!

How Are People
Using It?

Due to its thread-like structure, mycelium is being used in clothes, shoes and other textiles.

Different species of mycelium can break down toxic things in the soil like heavy metals, rubber, concrete and plastics. There’s even a species at Chernobyl that’s harnessing the radiation as energy!

How Are People Using It?

Due to its thread-like structure, mycelium is being used in clothes, shoes and other textiles.

Different species of mycelium can break down toxic things in the soil like heavy metals, rubber, concrete and plastics. There’s even a species at Chernobyl that’s harnessing the radiation as energy!

How Are People
Using It?

Due to its thread-like structure, mycelium is being used in clothes, shoes and other textiles.

Different species of mycelium can break down toxic things in the soil like heavy metals, rubber, concrete and plastics. There’s even a species at Chernobyl that’s harnessing the radiation as energy!

How Do We Use Mycelium?

The average human poop takes one year to break down in the ground. We found a species of mycelium that breaks down poop and our PACT compressed wipes 10x faster on average.

Adding the hydrated PACT Wipe into the ground with the Mycelium Tabs serves as initial food for the mycelium helping it to break down the poop even faster than without.

During the decomposition process, mycelium actually converts poop into nutrients that other organisms can feed on. It makes the soil more bioavailable to the larger ecosystem. This is why we say that our kit allows you to “leave nature better than you found it.” 

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How Do
We Use Mycelium?

The average human poop takes one year to break down in the ground. We found a species of mycelium that does it 10x faster on average.

Putting the PACT Wipe in the hole after use serves as initial food for the mycelium helping it to break down your doo-doo even faster. Pretty neat, huh?

During decomposition, mycelium converts your poop into nutrients that other organisms can feed on, making the soil more "bioavailable" to the larger ecosystem.  

How Do
We Use Mycelium?

The average human poop takes one year to break down in the ground. We found a species of mycelium that breaks down poop and our PACT Wipes 10x faster on average.

Adding the hydrated PACT Wipe into the ground with the Mycelium Tabs serves as initial food for the mycelium helping it to break down the poop even faster than without.

During decomposition, mycelium converts poop into nutrients that other organisms can feed on. It makes the soil more bioavailable to the larger ecosystem. This is why we say that our kit allows you to “leave nature better than you found it.” 

Buy Kit

How Do
We Use Mycelium?

The average human poop takes one year to break down in the ground. We found a species of mycelium that breaks down poop and our PACT Wipes 10x faster on average.

Adding the hydrated PACT Wipe into the ground with the Mycelium Tabs serves as initial food for the mycelium helping it to break down the poop even faster than without.

During decomposition, mycelium converts poop into nutrients that other organisms can feed on. It makes the soil more bioavailable to the larger ecosystem. This is why we say that our kit allows you to “leave nature better than you found it.” 

Buy Kit