Mycorrihazai Root and Soil Inoculant
Improves transplant success, increases absorption of water and nutrients, and enhances plant growth.
Rhizophagus Intrardices 104 propagules/gm
Septoglomus deserticola 9 propagules/gm
Claroideoglomus etunicatum 9 propagules/gm
Rhizoglomus clarum 9 propagules/gm
Claroideoglomus claroideum 9 propagules/gm
Funneliformis mosseau 9 propagules/gm
Gigaspora albida 9 propagules/gm
Mycorrhizae helps you grow better, healthier plants.
Mycorrhizae (it means fungus root) are a group of about 400 fungi that form symbiotic relationships with plants. They live in or on the roots, extend their hyphae into the soil and make phosphate, nitrogen other nutrients and water available to the host plant. They extend the effective root area many hundreds of times so plants grow faster, larger and stronger with less fertiliser and water.
Farmers, horticulturalists, greenkeepers, landscapers and gardeners give your plants the mycorrhizal advantage!
The goal is to create physical contact between the roots and inoculant. Inoculant can be banded under seed, worked into seed beds, placed under cuttings, blended into potting soil, or sprinkled near roots at transplant time.
Instructions for Use
For Transplants: Apply product directly on or in contact with plant roots. For trees and vines, apply 2 tablespoons per plant. For vegetables, strawberries and other row crops, apply 1 teaspoon per plant.
For Planting Seeds: Apply product in the furrow beneath the seed at the rate of 1 tablespoon per row foot, or broadcast at the rate of 2 tablespoons per square foot and rake into the upper soil layer before planting.
Storage Conditions: Store in a cool dry place with prolonged temperature not exceeding 90 degrees F. Avoid direct sunlight.