A step-by-step guide on how to use Mycorrhizae in your garden or farm, including application methods and recommended dosages.
Using mycorrhizae in your garden or farm can greatly benefit plant growth and productivity.
Here is a step-by-step guide on how to use mycorrhizae:
Choose the right type of mycorrhizae: There are two main types of mycorrhizae: ectomycorrhizae and endomycorrhizae. Choose the type that is best suited for the plants you want to grow and the conditions in your garden or farm.
Purchase mycorrhizal spores or spores: You can purchase Rootmax mycorrhizal spores from our store online or from a local garden center.
Prepare the soil: Before planting, make sure the soil is loose and well-drained. This will help the mycorrhizal fungi establish a good relationship with the plant roots.
Mix the mycorrhizae with soil: Mix the mycorrhizae with soil at the recommended rate, which is usually between 0.5% and 5% of the total soil volume. The recommended rate will depend on the type of mycorrhizae you are using and the type of plants you are growing.
Apply the mycorrhizae to the soil: Apply the mycorrhizae to the soil around the roots of the plants. You can also apply the mycorrhizae to the seeds before planting, or mix them into the soil when you transplant seedlings.
Water the plants: Make sure to water the plants well after applying the mycorrhizae. This will help the fungi establish a good relationship with the plant roots.
Monitor plant growth: Monitor plant growth regularly and adjust the dosage of mycorrhizae if necessary. It may take several months for the mycorrhizae to fully establish and start benefiting the plants.
In conclusion, using mycorrhizae in your garden or farm is a simple and effective way to improve plant growth and productivity. Make sure to choose the right type of mycorrhizae, prepare the soil, apply the mycorrhizae at the recommended rate, and monitor plant growth regularly. With the right application and care, mycorrhizae can greatly benefit your plants and soil.