Elite 91 Myco Jordan: Professional Mycorrhizal Inoculant

$76.56$2,032.80

MYCO JORDAN™ is a wettable powder containing 100 % organic endomycorrhizal fungi at superior concentrations of the purest viable spores used as a soil drench or seed/root inoculant. These fungi attach and construct a vast colonization of symbiotic associations inside and outside plant roots that are actually extensions (absorbent fibers) of the root zone forming thousands of access points which significantly enhance water and nutrient availability and absorption; which will promote profound plant vigour, optimized root growth, enhanced crop quality and increased yields.

Available Sizes: 8oz, 1lb, 2lbs, 20lbs.

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MYCO JORDAN™ is a wettable powder containing 100 % organic endomycorrhizal fungi at superior concentrations of the purest viable spores used as a soil drench or seed/root inoculant. These fungi attach and construct a vast colonization of symbiotic associations inside and outside plant roots that are actually extensions (absorbent fibers) of the root zone forming thousands of access points which significantly enhance water and nutrient availability and absorption; which will promote profound plant vigour, optimized root growth, enhanced crop quality and increased yields.

CONTAINS NON-PLANT FOOD INGREDIENT(S):

  • Mycorrhiza: 500 viable spores per gram (227,000 viable spores/lb)
  • Endomycorrhiza/gram: Glomus Intraradices – 500 viable spores per gram (227,000 viable spores/lb)

KEY FEATURES AND BENEFITS:

  • High concentrations of 500 viable spores per gram of the most documented performance of all mycorrhizae. The aggressively dominant and efficient endomycorrhizal fungi species, Glomus Intraradices, easily colonizes the roots of many plant families and provides the best results for agricultural and horticultural crops (fruits, vegetables and flowers).
  • A concentrated single species of endomycorrhizal fungi, Glomus Intraradices, eliminates root competition vs low spore/propagule counts of multiple species found in many mycorrhizal inoculants on the market.
  • Glomus Intraradices root colonization peaks earlier and/or faster than many of the other fungi in the Glomus genus.
  • Greater efficiency in uptake of water, nutrients and storage.
  • Promotes more vigorous, healthy dominant crop growth.
  • Increases plant establishments and survival rates of seeds, cuttings and/or transplants.
  • Significantly increases crop quality and yields.
  • Increases plant and root system development.
  • Increases tolerance to high salinity.
  • Increases fruiting and flowering.
  • Optimizes nutrient use, especially phosphorus.
  • Enhances protection against soil-borne pathogens, such as fusarium, pythium, rhizoctonia and phytophthora.
  • Reduces transplant shock.
  • Reduces drought stress.
  • Reduces water and fertilizer needs (in-puts).
  • Higher microbial activity and nutrient cycling.
  • Improved soil structure and quality.
  • Greater water infiltration and water holding capacity.
  • Greater permeability to air.
  • Increases resistance to soil surface sealing – (crusts).