Myco-Plantmatter | 250ml & 1L


Without Mycorrhizae, plants struggle to get nutrients from their roots. The reason being is that their roots require direct contact with the soil in order to absorb the nutrients effectively, and plant roots only grow so small. Fungi are incredible in that they are able to wedge their way in between individual bits of soil, covering the entire soil substance. This increases surface area and allows the plants much greater access to nutrients than they would have gotten by themselves.

  • Enhance water and nutrient uptake (especially phosphorus)
  • Reduce irrigation requirements
  • Reduce the need for fertilizer
  • Increase drought resistance
  • Increase pathogen resistance
  • Increase plant health and stress tolerance
  • Higher transplanting success
  • Enhance root growth
  • Tolerance to salt
  • Tolerance to root rot
  • Increase yields and crop quality
  • Contribute to maintaining soil quality and nutrient cycling
  • Contribute to controlling soil erosion

Mycorrhizal fungi have existed since the first plants appeared on dry land more than 450 million years ago. They form a close symbiotic relationship with plant roots. They are called mycorrhizae from the Greek “mukés”, meaning fungus, and “rhiza,” meaning roots.

Mycorrhizae are microscopic fungi that have threads known as hyphae. The hyphae are entirely interconnected with a web-like structure called mycelium, which measures thousands of miles but is compacted into a tiny area around the plant. The mycelium of a single mycorrhiza, can extend outward and connect a multitude of plants with varying species.

Plantmatter Myco-Root Sizes

250ml, 1L


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