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Mycorrhizal fungi. MycoApply. mycorrhizal applications. MycoApply® Liquid Endo is a concentrated liquid of 4 top performing endomycorrhizal fungi spores in distilled water to be used in a liquid pop up fertilizer mix
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20% OFF REMAINING INVENTORY!! MycoApply® Liquid Endo is a concentrated liquid of 4 top performing endomycorrhizal fungi spores in distilled water to be used in a liquid pop up fertilizer mix or seed inoculant. MycoApply® Liquid Endo Quart contains mycorrhizal fungi that colonize plant roots and extend the root system into the surrounding soil greatly enhancing the absorptive surface area of root systems and form an essential link between plant and soil. The plant enjoys improved nutrient and water uptake, root health and a competitive advantage over weeds that will often not host these beneficial fungi.
• Liquid suspension (can pass #70 screen)
• 4 species Endomycorrhizae
• 3.6 million Endo Propagules per Gallon
• Excellent for drench applications
As a seed coat use 3.2 oz. per acre of seed.
To mix in pop up solution use 4 oz. per acre with any liquid fertilizer.
To irrigate young seedlings use .1 fl.oz. per 100 sq.ft. of tray.
For transplants use .5 fl.oz. / 100 4 in. plants, .85 fl.oz / 100 1 gallon plants.
Can be mixed with irrigation water or transplant solution at a rate of 4 oz. per acre. NOP compliant, check with your certifier for use in organic production.
Contact Ohio Earth Food for specific application information
Contact our office for discount pricing and delivery on orders of 4 gallons or more. Near Ohio 330-877-9356, near Wisconsin 608-489-3600
Mycorrhizal fungi. MycoApply. mycorrhizal applications. Use to make a transplant solution or soil drench that will inoculate any plant including ecto-mycorrhizal plants such as conifer, oak, birch, pecan, and other h
Can be used to dust rough seeds in planter or dissolved and sprayed on seeds or watered in after ...
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