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Mycorrhizal Fungi



Mycorrhizal Fungi can be extremely beneficial for the growth and development of plants. These fungi form a symbiotic relationship with plant roots, allowing them to access nutrients and water that would otherwise be unavailable to them.

*Beneficial fungi that colonize plant roots.

*Boosts plants immune system.

*No more than 1 lb per yard.

*Helps plants survive non-typical environments.

*Organic


Tips and Tricks

Here are some steps to follow when using Mycorrhizal Fungi in planting:

Choose the right type of Mycorrhizal Fungi for your plants. There are two main types: Endomycorrhizae and ectomycorrhizae. Endomycorrhizae are best for most types of plants, while ectomycorrhizae are more beneficial for trees and other woody plants.


Apply the Mycorrhizal Fungi directly to the roots of your plants. This can be done by mixing the fungi into the soil before planting, or by applying it as a powder or liquid to the roots when transplanting.


Be patient. Mycorrhizal Fungi can take some time to establish themselves and begin to benefit your plants. It may take a few weeks or even months to see the full effects of the fungi.


Continue to care for your plants as you normally would, but be aware that they may require less fertilizer and water than they would without Mycorrhizal Fungi.


In conclusion, using Mycorrhizal Fungi in planting can be a great way to support the growth and health of your plants. By choosing the right type of fungi, applying it correctly and being patient, you can help your plants thrive and flourish

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