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30 lb. Pail

Mycostim™ Product Information and Documentation

MYCOSTIM™ Mycorrhizal Fungi

MycoStim™ is a biological soil and root inoculant with beneficial mycorrhizae. These fungi colonize the root system, sending thread-like filaments throughout the soil that act as extensions of the root system. Thus, increases the root’s ability to take up nutrients and water resulting in a more vigorous and stress resistant plant.

  • Enhanced growth and nutrient uptake

  • Resistance to transplant shock

  • Improved plant vigor

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What is MycoStim?

  • MycoStim is a root inoculant of beneficial Mycorrhizae fungus which is applied to roots of plants to colonize them with beneficial micro-organisms.
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