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What Is A Mycorrhizae Inoculant?

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What Is a Mycorrhizae Inoculant?

Mycorrhizal inoculants are products containing mycorrhizal fungi that can be applied to plant roots to improve plant health and growth. Mycorrhizae for plants are beneficial fungi that form a symbiotic relationship with plant roots, providing the plants with increased access to water and nutrients while improving the plant's ability to withstand stressors such as drought. In return, the fungi receive carbohydrates from the plant.

Types Of Mycorrhizae

There are many different types of mycorrhizae, but the most common type used in inoculants is Glomus intraradices. This type of mycorrhizae forms a dense network of fungal filaments around the plant roots, providing an extended root system that can increase the plant's uptake of water and nutrients by up to 50%. Mycorrhizal inoculants are most commonly used on trees, shrubs, and other woody plants, but can also be used on herbaceous plants.

How to Use Mycorrhizal Inoculants

Mycorrhizal inoculants are available in a variety of formulations, including Mycorrhizal fungi powder, granules, and liquids. They can be applied to bare-root plants before planting or to potted plants at transplanting time. For best results, apply the inoculant according to the manufacturer's instructions.

When using a powder or granular formulation, simply sprinkle the inoculant around the plant roots and lightly mix it into the soil. For liquid formulations, dilute the inoculant according to the manufacturer's instructions and apply it to the soil around the plant roots with a watering can or garden hose. Water the area thoroughly after application to help activate the fungi.

If you are looking for a mycorrhizae inoculant to improve the health and growth of your plants, look no further than DYNOMYCO. Contact us today for more information.

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