Gardening Guide Fertilizers - Mycorrhizal Inoculants River2u.com
Overview
These increasingly popular additions to the soil are a mixture of naturally occurring soil dwelling fungi that partner with plant roots and help them draw nutrients and water from the surrounding earth. As a result, the plants are healthier and able to withstand drier conditions. Soils that have been stripped of topsoil, overly supplied with only synthetic fertilizers, over watered, or sprayed with some common garden fungicides can benefit from applications of myrrhized inculants, as can any poor soil.

The following should be considered when buying mycorrhized inculants:
  • Different plants require different types of mycorrhized inculants, so read the directions carefully to make sure you get the right type.
  • Check the expiration date, as active fungi die if they are not used on time.
Be sure to store mycorrhized inculants in a cool, dry place.



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