Here is some background on Mycorrhizal Fungi:
Mycorrhizal fungi are living organisms that provide several benefits for their host plant.
These organisms are entirely dependent upon their symbiotic relationship with
plants for survival and consequently provide a number of services and materials to assure
their host plant’s survival and productivity. Mycorrhizal fungi helps your plant draw in more nutrients
The use of mycorrhizal fungi is used to treat disturbed soils that have been depleted of
beneficial microorganisms. Mycorrhizae are major facilitators in soil microbiological processes.
The addition of mycorrhizal inoculants has a positive effect on microbial populations by providing an
environment for organisms that aggregate the soil, convert matter to available plant nutrients and
suppress pathogens, which are generally present in higher populations when
mycorrhizae are not present and when soils are compacted and anaerobic.
Suståne utilizes four species selected for wide range of ecosystems and climates: Glomus Intraradices,
G. Etunicatum, G. Deserticola, and G. Clarum. Suståne guarantees 200 propagules per gram.
Mycorrhizae are available from
Suståne in 11 lb.
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MYCORRHIZAE Root Zone with Beneficial Bacteria
is a special blend of 11 species of
endo and ectomycorrhizal mycorrhizal fungi,
2 trichoderma species and 15 different strains of
beneficial bacteria, essential amino acids and nutrient rich humates created to re-establish the natural balance of your soil while enhancing and increasing its microbial population. The addition of the various species of bacteria complements the natural properties of the to protect your plants from disease, harmful microorganisms and
drought and transplant stress. In performing these functions, the beneficial microbes and mycorrhizae minimize nutrient leaching,
maximize nutrient absorption, improve soil structure,
enhance seed germination, stimulate root growth and aid in the production of natural plant growth hormones