Amigo 2.0 are created using live biomass that envelops a buoyancy kernel to form your near-perfect spherical friend. We have moved away from traditional dead-core moss balls for a number of reasons.
Amigo 2.0s basking in natural sunlight for the first time.
Healthier Moss Balls.
Amigo 2.0s are much healthier and more vibrant than dead-core moss because they contain exponentially fewer dead cells. Dead biomass is a food source for non-Amigo microorganisms (bacteria, etc).  Bacterial infections (especially from unwashed human hands) are one of the big killers of moss balls.
Amigo 2.0s being prepared for departure to a plant shop.
Since they are composed of similar cores and born from the same biomass Amigo 2.0s have a standardized quality. Meaning that accessories should suit all moss similarly.
Two Amigo 2.0s next to an upcoming project.
Structurally Integrity and Faster Growth.
The buoyancy kernel provides a host for the moss (aegagropila linnaei) and spurs growth faster than a dead-core moss ball. This is due to our Trade Secret method of transforming the algae’s morphology at our facilities in California.
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