Collection: Mycorrhizae and Bacteria Soil Inoculants

"Myco” – “rhiza” literally means “fungus” – “root”

Mycorrhizae and bacteria are an essential part of a healthy soil microbiome. Several miles of mycorrhizal fungal filaments can be present in less than a thimbleful of soil. These specialized fungi colonize plant roots to create a symbiotic root-and-mycelial network within the surrounding soils, increasing efficiency in nutrient and water absorption to optimize plant performance.

Bacteria are microorganisms that keep soils healthy and productive by providing large quantities of nitrogen to plants.  Many bacteria also secrete enzymes that make phosphorus more soluble and easier for plant uptake.  

When planning your nutritional support for your plants, don't forget to include mycorrhizae and bacteria to optimize plant absorption of nutrients!