Mycorrhizae & Beneficial Bacterias
Mycorrhizae are fungi that create a symbiotic relationship with your plants and can aid tremendously in a number of stages of life. This fungus gives new or recently transplanted plants a head start on life, and can help buffer stresses from the environment. This fungus goes by a few other names, such as beneficial bacteria and root occulants, and grows in the root zone of the plant. It forms a mutualistic relationship with the plant by establishing a network of fibres extending from the plant's original roots, and aiding in nutrient and water uptake, reaching areas and nutrients the plant originally was unable to.
There are many different types of beneficial bacteria indoor growers can use in the garden, the most common being soil-borne beneficial bacteria. There are many different strains of bacteria that live underground and provide benefits to plants. Some of the mycorrhizae we sell are from Great White and Xtreme Gardening. SHOP today for more products. Visit in-store or shop online. Only at HYDRO EXPERTS!
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