BIOCULT Mycorrhiza and Trichoderma Inoculant
BIOCULT Mycorrhiza and Trichoderma Inoculant has the following active ingredients:
Introducing these beneficial fungi to a plant’s root system from as early as the seed germination phase has multiple benefits to the plant, which include:
- Increased resistance to harmful molds later on in the plant’s life cycle (e.g. Powdery Mildew)
- Higher absorptive capacity for water and minerals
BIOCULT Mycorrhiza and Trichoderma Inoculant is sold in
150g sachets 50 gram sachets ( less filler material inside ). The 50g sachet is still able to treat 1Ha ( the same as the old sachet ).
Apply a small amount of powder to each planting cavity during planting or repotting.
Old 150g Sachet: Product can also be stirred well into water to preform soil drenches at a rate of 1/4 to 1/2 a gram per liter of water.
New, more concentrated 50g Sachet: Product can also be stirred well into water to preform soil drenches at a rate of 1/4 to 1/2 a gram per THREE LITERS of water.
Sealed product can be stored in cool, dry conditions:
Ambient temperature for up to six (6) months
Refrigerated: For one (1) year between 5 – 10 ° C
More on Trichoderma:
Trichoderma are a group of fungi that are usually used by horticulturists as a natural defense against root damaging pathogenic fungi. Trichoderma can work wonders against pathogenic fungi that could otherwise destroy a healthy root system.
In fact, some of the most powerful root rot treatments available are formulas rich in trichoderma. Trichoderma can help maintain a healthy, vibrant root system by fending off potential threats. In most cases, trichoderma can be added to a feeding regiment to maintain a healthy trichoderma population.
After all, if there aren’t enough pathogens for the trichoderma to feed on, their population will diminish (not a bad thing). However, by maintaining a healthy population of trichoderma, a horticulturist can nip pathogenic fungi in the bud before they can negatively affect a plant’s root system.