WHAT IT IS?
Tip: The Industry’s First Complete Ecto Injectable Inoculant!
WHAT IT CONTAINS!
- 14,537,445 spores per gram centimeter to include:
Pisolithus tinctorius (12,502,203)
232,158,590 CFU’s per gram of Genus Bacillus (11 species)
- Trichoderma 799,559 CFU’s per gram (3 species)
- Humic Acid
- Soluble Sea Kelp
- Soluble Yucca Extract
- Trichoderma Fungi
- Minor Elements
WHAT IT DOES!
Improves: Survival, Rooting, Water Absorption, Nutrient Availability, Plant Health, Soil Health, Flowering, Yields, and Production.
Reduces: Plant Loss, Fertilizer Use, Need of Pesticides, Heat Stress Damage, Irrigation Frequency, Losses from Drought Conditions.
Features: For established trees or for stress recovery of newly planted trees and shrubs. The mycorrhizal fungi inoculants shall include humic acids, soluble sea kelp, and yucca plant extracts, and a beneficial bacteria package to promote rapid root development.
HOW IS IT USED?
Each pound treats 100,000 seedlings. The best application method is a 2 step process. Apply 1-2 weeks after sowing just as roots have developed to the sides of cells.
Mix with sufficient water to apply as a drench with sprayer. Care should be taken to ensure that spores applied are drenched into the media to the level of the roots. Second application 6 weeks before lifting.
One week before and after avoid the use of phosphate fertilizers. Avoid the use of high phosphorus fertilizer as this treatment would have a negative effect on Ectomycorrhizal colonization. Organic nitrogen fertilizers are recommended.
Mix at the rate of 1/2 lb. to 100 gallons of water. Inject into the ground 6-8 inches on a 2 1/2 to 3-foot grid pattern from the trunk out to the drip line and beyond if possible.
Apply 1-2 quarts of solution per injection site. Use up a solution by the end of the day.
Stress Recovery – Small and newly planted trees and shrubs::
Inject along with the original root ball every 1-2 feet and on a grid pattern for established trees.