Our EndoMycorrhizal Inoculant is OMRI listed and registered with the CDFA for use in organic agriculture. Endo Mycorrhizal Inoculant can be used to coat crop seeds, is water soluble, and can be used as a root dip when transplanting vegetable starts, applied as a soil drench to large areas of turf grass, golf course greens, nursery seedlings, commercial vegetable crops, or bedding plants and will work a general-purpose mycorrhizal inoculant for most crops. Over time, Mycorrhizae fungi can help improve soil quality and the availability of nutrients resulting in healthier more disease and drought resistant abundant plants.
This endomycorrhizal inoculate contains a blend of nine of the top types of Endomycorrhizal spores including; Glomus aggregatum, G. etunicatum, G. clarum, G. deserticola, G. intraradices, G. monosporus, G. mosseae, Gigaspora margarita, and Paraglomus brasilianum. The spore count guarantee is a minimum of 50 spores per cubic centimeter.
- Transplants: Sprinkle inoculant directly on roots of smaller plants or 1 tsp for root balls of trees or vines at the time of planting
- Seeds: Dust seeds at planting
- Seeds may need to be slightly dampened
- Existing Plants: Probe 2 - 8 small holes in the area of a plants root system, push 1 tsp down each hole into the root zone
- Seedling Trays: Mix into water at a rate of 1/2 cup/gallon (30 cc/liter) and drench trays.
- Root Dip: Mix up to 1/2 cup per gallon of water and dip roots at time of planting
- Potting Soil: Mix in 1 lb./cubic yard or 2 tablespoons/cubic foot.
- Lawns: Apply as soil drench, 1 - 2 tablespoon/gallon, each gallon treats 50 sq. feet. Follow immediately with a thorough watering
Tea Bag = 10 tea bags
A complete list of well known and often grown plants that form and benefit from a mycorrhizal relationship can be found here... Mycorrhizal Relationship List