ARBICO Organics™ Root Build 240

Beneficial Mycorrhizal Fungae Help Grow Healthier Plants That More Efficiently Use Nutrients and Water.
  • 1 oz
    SKU: 1135001
  • $9.00
  • 2 oz
    SKU: 1135002
  • $12.50
  • 1/2 lb
    SKU: 1135003
  • $31.50
  • 1 lb
    SKU: 1135004
  • $45.00
  • 10 lb
    SKU: 1135005
  • $329.00
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Our Mycorrhizae are micronized and can be applied dry or in a wet solution.

Soil preparation is imperative when readying plants and the growing environment for the upcoming season! ARBICO Organics™ Root Build 240™ provides a blend of mycorrhizae that aids most plants in establishing themselves and developing healthy, strong root systems early in the growing season. Roots of over 90% of all plants on earth form this symbiotic relationship with beneficial fungi. The blend of ectomycorrhizal and endomycorrhizal fungal species in Root Build 240 are carefully mixed with other organic components and are well suited to a wide variety of soils, climates and plants. The result is a replenished natural microbial system on the roots of plants that will increase crop productivity, quality and sustainability. In addition, Root Build 240 helps reduce the effects of transplant shock while promoting extensive root growth.

Benefits of Root Build 240:

  • Accelerates & increases plant growth.
  • Improves transplant success & reduces transplant shock.
  • Increases nutrient/water absorption.
  • Helps plants fight disease & promotes drought/salinity resilience.

Directions for Use: The mycorrhizae should be placed so that new roots will come into contact with the mycorrhizal spores. For additional instructions and specific application rates, see the Instructions Sheet or refer to the Instructions Tab to the right (desktop) or below (mobile).

CAUTION: Not intended for human or animal consumption.

The following is a condensed list of families and species that pair with endomycorrhizae (arbuscular mycorrhizae): Acacia, Agapanthus, Alder, Alfalfa, Almond, Apple, Apricot, Artichoke, Ash, Asparagus, Avocado, Bamboo, Basil, Bayberry, Bean, Begonia, Black Locust, Blackberry, Box Elder, Bulbs, Burning Bush, Cacao, Cactus, Camellia, Carrot, Cassava, Ceanothus, Cedar, Celery, Cherry, Chrysanthemum, Citrus (all), Clover, Coconut, Coffee, Coral Tree, Corn, Cotton, Cottonwood, Cucumber, Currant, Cypress, Dogwood, Eggplant, Elm, Euonymus, Fern, Fescue, Fig, Forsythia, Fountain Grass, Fuchsia, Gardenia, Garlic, Geranium, Grapes (all), Grass, Hibiscus, Holly, Impatiens, Jojoba, Juniper, Kiwi, Leek, Lettuce, Lily, Magnolia, Mahogany, Mahonia, Mango, Maples (all), Marigold, Melons (all), Mesquite, Millet, Morning Glory, Nasturtium, Okra, Olive, Onion, Pacific Yew, Palms (all), Pampas Grass, Papaya, Passion Fruit, Paulownia, Paw Paw, Pea, Peach, Peanut, Pear, Pecan, Pepper, Pistachio, Pittosporum, Plum, Poinsettia, Potato, Poplar, Raphiolepis, Raspberry, Redwood, Rice, Rose, Russian Olive, Ryegrass, Sagebrush, Sourwood, Soybean, Squash, Strawberry, Sudan Grass, Sugar Cane, Sumac, Sunflower, Sweet Gum, Sweet potato, Sycamore, Tea, Tobacco, Tomato, Walnut, Wheat, Yam, Yucca.

Ectomycorrhizal species include: Pine, Spruce, Fir, Oak, Birch, Beech, Willows, Pecan, Poplar and Eucalyptus.


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