PLANT SUCCESS MIKORYZA W PŁYNIE ORCA 100ML
Orca Premium Liquid Mycorrhizae is a highly effective supplement full of beneficial bacteria. It contains 4 types of endomycorrhizal fungi and 11 different highly beneficial bacteria.
This precise blend enables plants to use more nutrients and also defend against disease. The result is healthy plant growth, resulting in larger plants and higher yields.
These complex biological enhancers are suitable for use with any basic nutrients as well as stimulators and in any substrate or hydroponic system. Ideal for use in germination, cloning, hydroponics, soil, coconut or drip irrigation.
Orca also helps prevent root diseases by creating an exceptionally healthy root system capable of fighting infection.
A microbial additive that can be used in any medium or hydroponic system.
Cultivates a complex culture of beneficial bacteria and fungi.
4 endomycorrhizal strains work to maximize nutrient uptake.
11 strains of beneficial bacteria protect your crops from diseases and pests.
Easy to use and long-lasting.
- Germination: 1 - 2 drops per seed.
- Cloning: soak the cloning substrate ( soak the cubes for up to an hour) in a solution at a ratio of 1 - 3 ml per 4 L of water.
- Hydroponics: 5 ml / 35 L of water with each tank water change.
- Watering: 1 - 5 ml / 4 L of water
- Do not use in combination with liquid oxygen.
Mycorrhizal fungi increase nutrient uptake by increasing root surface area and absorbing strong soil chemicals that harden to capture nutrients such as phosphorus, iron and other "tightly bound" nutrients in the soil. This extraction process is particularly important in plant nutrition and explains why non-mycorrhizal plants require high levels of fertiliser to maintain their health. Mycorrhizal fungi form a complex network that captures and assimilates nutrients. Under non-mycorrhizal conditions much of this fertility is wasted or lost from the system. More than just a root growth enhancer, mycorrhizal fungi improve nutrient uptake, crop growth and greater tolerance to adverse environmental conditions. There is simply no cheaper or easier way to increase yields than having beneficial microorganisms.