Plants need more than just healthy root systems in order to thrive. They also depend on mycorrhizae, fungi that colonize their root systems and live symbiotically with them. Mycorrhizae help break down organic matter into nutrients, regulate soil chemistry, prevent water loss, and protect plants from disease-causing microbes.
However, in many soils (especially compacted urban soils and heavily-managed soils); mycorrhizal populations are dead or unhealthy, leading to unhealthy plants that are highly susceptible to drought stress, nutrient deficiencies, and disease. Young and newly-transplanted plants, too, are vulnerable to these problems, as well as a dangerous condition called transplant shock. It is vital that these young and transplanted plants establish healthy mycorrhizal populations early on.
Mycorrhizal Tables supplement the soil with a potent cocktail of nutrients, and mycorrhizal spores including:
Direct Sowing: Place 1 tablet 1" from the seed beneath the soil surface.
Transplanting: Place the tablet(s) at the bottom of the container.
Existing Plants in Containers: Place the tablet(s) 1/3 to 1/2 of the distance between the surface and the bottom of the pot.
Existing Plants in the Field: Place the tablet(s) at a depth of 4"-6", near the drip line.
(100 tablet) Mychorrhizal Tablets (25-12-7)with Ectomycorrhize and Endomycorrhizae plus Fertizler