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Glomus spp.

Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) are associations where fungi produce arbuscules, hyphae and vesicles within roots. Spores are formed in soil or roots. The external hyphae help host plants directly absorb the water in soil and inorganic nutrients, such as the primary nutrient (N,P..) and some microelements taken in by plants. Further to stimulate plant growth- to increase the resistance to disease and drought, raise the transplant survival rate and decrease the demand for chemical fertilizer and pesticide.

Application scope: Applicable for fruit trees, vegetables (melon), flowers , forest tree seedlings, grasses etc.
Product specification: 1kg,5kgs(powder)
Application methods:
  1. Seed Inoculation: When the cultivation in plugholes on a plate or in pottery, mix the AMF with peat moss at rate 1:70, or dip the seed and plant root in AMF before sowing.
  2. Field Inoculation: When planting seedlings, apply 3~5g of inoculants for each seedling around the roots. For better effects, try to make inoculants directly contact roots.
  3. Transplant: Spread 1~3g of inoculants in each planthole, recover the soil and then place the plant.
  1. Please reseal carefully in case the remaining are damped or polluted by other fungi.
  2. Store in airy and shaded area and avoid under direct sunlight.
  3. Mycorrhizal Fungi can not be mixed with pesticide or chemical fertilizer.And during the month after application of mycorrhizal fungi, please avoid applying fungicide (especially systematicness) in order not to affect the mutualistic activity processing.
  4. To accelerate mutualistic activities, please suspend fertilizing or halve the applying volumes during two weeks before and after applying Mycorrhizal Fungi.
  5. Inoculated plants growth cease resulted from over-inoculation. In this case, adding more nitrogenous fertilizer… and decrease the application in next cultivation can improve plant’s health.
Fert-Root Mechanism