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- Myco Nrich is vesikular arbuskular mycorrhizal spores produced using sand and organic soils as a source of media.
- Mycorrhiza in Myco Nrich will build a symbiotic relationship with the host and provide benefits to both.
- Plants provide carbohydrates to the mycorrhizal and mycorrhizal hyphae increase the availability of nutrients that can be absorbed by plants.
- Suitable for crops, cash crops, fruits, grains and legumes.
- Myco Nrich also used as a microbial enrichment materials in bio-organic fertilizer products produced Felcra Plantation Services.
- spore counts : 180-250 spore/10g
- Carrier materials: sand and organic soil
- mycorrhizal hyphae facilitate plant nutrients that are not available to the plants (pix by the soil such as phosphorus, potassium nitrogen and other micro nutrients.
- Helps the absorption of water and retain the moisture around the root zone of plants.
- To stimulate wigrouth root growth
- Increase plant resistance to soil born patogen and disease
- Increase nutrirets availability to palants especially phosphorus
- Dissolving the form of available phosphorus in fertilizers ‘rock phosphate’.
- Classified as “Phosphate-Solubilizing Fungi (PSF) ‘
METHOD OF USE:
- Broad cast mycorrhizal around the palnt circle.
- Apply to planting hole during planting.
- Apply mycorrhizal inside the hole (approx 4 to 5 holes) around the matured trees 2 to 6cm depth. Cover the hole with soil.
RATE OF APPLICATION
- Polybag nursery – Apply between 150g/polibag mycorrhizal and put the seeds on it and cover with soil
- The planting hole -apply between 500g around the root of seedling and cover with soil
- Store the product in a dry and light protected.
- products can not be mixed with chemicals.
2 years from date of manufacture