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Biological Transplant Starter

  • Adds beneficial fungi to the soil
  • Aids plants in nutrient and water uptake
  • Effective in phosphurous deficient soils
  • Helps protect plants from enviromental stress
Contains living spores of Vesicular-Arbuscular Mycorrhizal fungi for root inoculation

Mycormax is an inoculum of 7 Vesicular-Arbuscular Mycorrhizal fungi. It contains spores, colonized root fragments and other propagules in a clay based carrier. Mycorrhizal fungi are beneficial organisms that for a symbiotic relationship with the plants that result in increased water and nutrient uptake and provide some protection from enviromental stress such as drought. An inoculum of 7 Vesicular-Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. It contains spores, colonized root fragments, and other propagules in a claybased carrier. The mycorrhizal fungi are a group of beneficial fungi that enhance plant growth and vitality. They play an important and positive role in plant physiology, mineral nutrition, water absorption, hormone production, and disease resistance. Mycormax can restore the fungi, adding to plant, shrub, and tree health and vigor.

24 Individual packets

Directions for use:

Place recommended number of Mycormax biodegradable bags directly into the planting hole, being sure to place bags close to the root system.

Established plants:
Remove the soil around the base of the plant, tree or shrub. Be careful not to damage any existing roots. Place the recommended number of Mycormax biodegradable bags into the hole as close to the root system as possible. It is recommended that Mycormax be applied once a year to maintain the mycorrhizae population

Item Specifications
Item Number: 133723
Universal Product Code: 644189522696
Manufacturer: SaferGro

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