PLANT SUCCESS MIKORYZA W PROSZKU GREAT WHITE 28,3G
Great White Premium Mycorrhizae is the most complete mycorrhizal product on the market.
Because it is in powder form it can be used in any medium (soil, hydroponics, coconut) and at any stage of plant development, from germination to flowering. The state-of-the-art formula contains 16 different species of mycorrhizal fungi, 14 different species of beneficial bacteria and 2 species of trichoderma, all in one product.
Research shows that this powerful formula will boost plant and root development, giving plants the tools they need to maximize yields.
The superior formula of Great White Premium Mycorrhizae ensures optimal colonization of root systems by fungi. The water-soluble powder makes application immediate and delivers spores directly to the roots for immediate germination. Users should expect explosive root development, increased yields, fruiting and flowering, nutrient absorption and water. The key to healthy plants starts with a strong root system, and a strong root system starts with Great White!
- Germination: coat the seeds in powder while germinating - this will create optimal conditions for the plant right from the start.
- Cloning: immerse the cloning substrate (e.g.: peat / rockwool cube) in a solution of Great White with water at a ratio of 3 g per 4.5 L water up to 24 hours before taking the clones. Optionally dip the clones in the powder after soaking their stems in the cloning medium.
- Planting: sprinkle the preparation lightly on the bottom of the holes where the plants are to be placed.
- Hydroponics: 5 g powder per 45 litres of water.
- Plant watering: 5 g per 8 litres of water, apply every 2 - 3 weeks
- Water the plant: 30 ml of solution per litre of potting medium.
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.