ARBICO Organics™ Root Maximizer

Beneficial Mycorrhizal Fungae Help Grow Healthier Plants That More Efficiently Use Nutrients and Water.
  • 1 oz
    SKU: 1332698
  • $9.00
  • 2 oz
    SKU: 1332697
  • $12.50
  • 1/2 lb
    SKU: 1332699
  • $31.50
  • 1 lb
    SKU: 1332704
  • $45.00
  • 10 lb
    SKU: 1332705
  • $329.00
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Our Mycorrhizae are micronized and can be applied dry or in a wet solution. 

Roots of over 90% of all plants on earth form a symbiotic  relationship with beneficial organisms known as mycorrhizal fungi. The fungal species in ARBICO OrganicsTM Root Maximizer are carefully blended with other organic components and are well suited to a wide variety of soils, climates and plants. The result is a natural microbial system on the roots of plants that will increase crop productivity, quality and sustainability. In addition, Root Maximizer helps reduce the effects of transplant shock while promoting extensive root growth.

Directions for Use:
1 oz = approximately 3 tbsp.
The mycorrhizae should be placed so that new roots will come into contact with the mycorrhizal spores.

Dry Applications:
Transplant Trees, Vines, and Shrubs: Sprinkle approximately 1/4 tablespoon per gal of container size directly on damp roots/rootball immediately before planting or sprinkle in planting hole. Use 1 tbsp for each 5 gal transplant size or 0.5 oz per inch of stem diameter.

Small Transplants/Seedlings and Cuttings: Sprinkle dry product directly on roots or dip rootball at a rate of 1/4 teaspoon per plant. For cuttings, dip moist cut end or roots in dry product, allow to dry for a few minutes before planting in growing media. Use 1/2 tsp for larger transplants and cuttings.

Potting Media: Mix evenly at between 1/4 and 3/4 lb per cubic yard of potting mix. 

For Large Areas:  The broadcast application rate is 10 lb per acre.

Wet Applications:
Drench/Spray: Mix well and keep agitated in water at rate of 2 tbsp per gal. of water.   Water in as a soil spray or drench. If soil spray make sure to follow with sufficient water to move spores into root zone.
Root Dip:
Mix well and keep agitated in water at rate of 2 tbsp per gal. of water.  Dip roots before planting.

CAUTION: Not intended for human or animal consumption.


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