Highly Symbiotic for Cannabis & Other Plant Species
Many mycorrhizal fungi strains are host-specific and only achieve symbiosis with a narrow range of plant species. Rhizophagus Irregularis is known specifically for its compatibility with a wide range of plant hosts. It has also been proven to be the most compatible strain of mycorrhizae for cannabis.
Rhizophagus Irregularis can greatly improve a plant’s ability to thrive in less-than-optimal soil conditions, primarily by improving nutrient lockout due to pH imbalances. In optimal soil conditions, it improves nutrient uptake and creates strong and healthy root systems, resulting in higher yields and more drought and pest-resistant plants. Learn more about how mycorrhizae work and benefit your plants.
Spore Based Mycorrhizae vs. Propagules
Spores are reproductive structures produced by myco fungi. Propagules are pieces of plant roots containing fungal mycelia.
Spore-based mycorrhizae products propagate at a rate that is 50x higher than propagule based products.
Spores are more resilient to temperature fluctuations, making them more resilient to storage conditions and transport.
Longer Shelf Life
Spore-based mycorrhizae products have a 20x longer shelf life than propagules, guaranteeing they arrive viable.
SUPER POTENT for SUPER STRONG ROOTS
= to 5000
Grow with Us!
Shop Our Products
Myco Supreme Mycorrhizal Inoculant
Crop Control Super Concentrate
Crop Control Ready to Use
Nature's Defense OPC Concentrate