Plant Success Granular Mycorrhizal Root Inoculant
DetailsThis is a granular inoculum used at planting time. It consists of 13 carefully selected mycorrhizal fungal species mixed with high quality biostimulant ingredients like kelp meal, humic and fulvic acids, vitamins and amino acids to improve mycorrhizal germination and effectiveness. Shake granules into the planting hole when planting.
Apply 1 tsp. per perennial or 2-4 tbsp. per #5 ("gallon") tree or shrub.
H4003 (16 Ounces)
H4004 (32 Ounces)
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Comments about High Country Gardens Plant Success Granular Mycorrhizal Root Inoculant:
I sprinkled Plant Success in the plant hole before planting as specified and sprinkled some on top. My plants bloomed amazingly. I'm not sure how much I can attribute the blooming to Plant Success because I also used Yum Yum Mix, but I continue to use Plant Success as I plant more plants.
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