MYCORRHIZAL ROOT DIP
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Mycorrhizal fungi are essential to the health of all plants. They form a symbiotic relationship (mutually beneficial) association with the roots of the plant or tree. They act as an extension of the plant's root system by increasing their absorption of water and nutrients. Simply mix with water, dip the roots, and plant the tree.
Mycorrhizal becomes essential when you are introducing species that are not currently in or very near the planting site, especially when plantings are in recently cropped or pastured fields and in sterile soil, where the Mycorrhizal have died off.
HOW DOES MYCORRHIZAL HELP THE PLANT?
Micorrhizal fungi form a network of fungal hyphae ( long branching filamentous structures) which are finer and longer than the plant's root hairs. These hyphae attach to the roots from which they are fed carbohydrates by the plant. In return the Micorrhizal fungi benefits the plant through its higher adsorptive capacity for water and mineral nutrients by mobilizing soil minerals and making them available to the plant.