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Mycorrhizae Mix

Are you ready to treat your cannabis crops to the next revolution in cannabis cultivation? High-quality seeds deserve to achieve full growth and flowering. Improve plant health with endomycorrhizal fungi. MSB and many growers with us have been using mycorrhizal fungi for over a decade. The Mycorrhizae Mix from DGC is a perfect composition of mycorrhizal fungi that works great for marijuana plants. Thanks to the addition of vegetable fungi stimulators, the cannabis plant benefits from the mycorrhizae within one week.

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What are Mycorrhizae?

The word mycorrhiza is derived from the Greek mukès meaning fungus and rhiza meaning root.

There are 3 types of mycorrhiza: arbuscular mycorrhiza, ectomycorrhiza, and endomycorrhiza,

Now the latter, endomycorrhiza, is the one that is particularly beneficial for cannabis cultivation.

This form of Mycorrhizae, also know as mycorrhizal, or mycorrhiza is the collective name for beneficial soil fungi. Mycorrhizal fungi have played a very important role in the nutrient absorption of trees and plant species for over 400 million years. They occur in most natural ecosystems and live in symbiosis with plants and trees.


Creating the perfect mycorrhizae symbiosis

Symbiosis is a collaboration between two species that offers mutual benefits for both the soil fungus and the plant roots and is indispensable for the vitality of both.

The fungal threads (hyphae) extend into the bark cells of the plant root. If the plant digests the old fungal threads in the plant cells, making proteins available to the plant, it is called mycotrophy. This forms a symbiotic relationship that improves the root system and soil structure.

Endomycorrhiza fungi are characterized by the extensive growth of the mycelium in the fungus root skin and the formation of millions of vesicles and arbuscles.

Fungi need sugars to survive and extract them from the roots of the plant. In exchange for the nutrients supplied, they provide water and nutrients from places in the soil where the roots cannot reach themselves.

This symbiosis is indispensable for your marijuana plants. Thanks to Mycorrhizae, which promotes root growth, the marijuana plant can absorb up to 7 times more nutrients.


Natural Root extension

Under the surface, mycorrhizal fungi form a network of microscopically fine fungal threads. Some of the fungal tissue grows in and around the roots. The other part grows from the roots down to deep into the ground. This way, a natural extension of the root system is created, which can increase in size by up to 700%.

Thanks to the enormous size of the mycorrhizae network, consisting of fungal hyphae and root systems, a much larger soil volume can be exploited. Deeper and more distant water and nutrients are absorbed by the fungal threads and transported through the soil particles to the plant.

In addition, the fungal threads of the mycorrhizae are many times finer than the finest root hairs of the plant. This allows water and nutrients to be absorbed from pores that are inaccessible to the plant itself.


The benefits of mycorrhizal for your plants

Growing cannabis can be exciting, yet challenging. It's important to make sure to use the best possible plant supplies. Using Mycorrhizae for your cannabis plant provides numerous benefits. It is sustainable, environmentally friendly, and 100% safe for humans and animals. It stimulates the growth of healthy plants and increases the biodiversity of soil life while eliminating bad bacteria and disposing of redundant organic matter. Also, the symbiotic relationship between the beneficial fungi and your cannabis plant's root can result in 7 times more nutrient uptake, subsequently providing you with bigger, better plant growth and larger yields.

In short, the use of mycorrhizae will significantly simplify your life as a grower!

What other advantages do mycorrhizal inoculants have to offer your cannabis plants?

  • Watering you less often
  • You need less plant food
  • Plants grow fuller and taller
  • Plants are more resistant to drought and heat
  • Plants are better protected against diseases and molds formed
  • Plants develop a larger root system
  • Fruit and vegetables yield a richer harvest
  • The garden develops a rich and diverse soil life

Why add Mycorrhiza?

The soil sold in garden centers and DIY stores is made sterile to prevent pathogens or weed seeds from occurring. That is why it is important to add mycorrhiza and bring the soil life back on track. Adding nutrients in the soil significantly improves the plant roots and the overall health of your cannabis plant.


Use of the mycorrhizae fungi

Mycorrhizae should be mixed through the soil. As soon as the growing plant's roots come into contact with these beneficial bacteria, the fungi will start to grow and the foundation is laid for a beautiful symbiosis. Thanks to the addition of vegetable fungi stimulators, this process will start in less than a week! Just sit back and watch your cannabis grow.


How to use the Mycorrhizae mix

When preparing the soil for your plants, it is important that the necessary fungus is present in the soil. Therefore, when sowing, soil with the mycorrhiza contained therein must always be used, and/or mycorrhized soil must be added to the planting hole during planting. It is advised not to water immediately after planting as this can damage the mycorrhiza on the roots.

To get the most out of your plant's growth and ensure that maximum quantity yield, please check our Mycorrhizae Mix user guide


Do I really need to add mycorrhizae?

As previously explained; mycorrhizal fungi play an important role in plant growth. They help aggregate the soil which in turn provides the plant's root with better access to water and oxygen. Their symbiotic relationship with plants helps them access water and nutrients. Our test results show significant differences between regularly grown and mycorrhizal cannabis.


Additional information

The spores in Mycorrhizae Mix form Arbuscular Mycorrhizas with the roots of plants through which they can exchange sugars and nutrients. This symbiosis has a very favorable effect on the growth of the roots and the cannabis plants.

Adding the correct fungal spores, will not only help the roots develop but the fungal threads (mycelium) generated will increase the absorption capacity of nutrients and water uptake through the roots of the plant up to 700%.

Fungal spores:

  • Claroideoglomus etunicatum
  • Funneliformis geosporum
  • Funneliformis mosseae
  • Kuklospora colombiana
  • Rhizophagus clarum
  • Rhizophagus irregularis

Do you want to ensure that your mycorrhizal fungi thrive and increase your overall plant health? Check out our complete nutrient line here. Indispensable for every organic grower. Mycorrhiza and our other plant feeds are 100% organic and can be used for all your plants in any growing medium.

Not for internal use • Keep away from children and pets • Avoid direct contact with eyes • Wash hands after usage • Store dry and cool

Are you ready to treat your cannabis crops to the next revolution in cannabis cultivation? High-quality seeds deserve to achieve full growth and flowering. Improve plant health with endomycorrhizal fungi. MSB and many growers with us have been using mycorrhizal fungi for over a decade. The Mycorrhizae Mix from DGC is a perfect composition of mycorrhizal fungi that works great for marijuana plants. Thanks to the addition of vegetable fungi stimulators, the cannabis plant benefits from the mycorrhizae within one week.

What are Mycorrhizae?

The word mycorrhiza is derived from the Greek mukès meaning fungus and rhiza meaning root.

There are 3 types of mycorrhiza: arbuscular mycorrhiza, ectomycorrhiza, and endomycorrhiza,

Now the latter, endomycorrhiza, is the one that is particularly beneficial for cannabis cultivation.

This form of Mycorrhizae, also know as mycorrhizal, or mycorrhiza is the collective name for beneficial soil fungi. Mycorrhizal fungi have played a very important role in the nutrient absorption of trees and plant species for over 400 million years. They occur in most natural ecosystems and live in symbiosis with plants and trees.


Creating the perfect mycorrhizae symbiosis

Symbiosis is a collaboration between two species that offers mutual benefits for both the soil fungus and the plant roots and is indispensable for the vitality of both.

The fungal threads (hyphae) extend into the bark cells of the plant root. If the plant digests the old fungal threads in the plant cells, making proteins available to the plant, it is called mycotrophy. This forms a symbiotic relationship that improves the root system and soil structure.

Endomycorrhiza fungi are characterized by the extensive growth of the mycelium in the fungus root skin and the formation of millions of vesicles and arbuscles.

Fungi need sugars to survive and extract them from the roots of the plant. In exchange for the nutrients supplied, they provide water and nutrients from places in the soil where the roots cannot reach themselves.

This symbiosis is indispensable for your marijuana plants. Thanks to Mycorrhizae, which promotes root growth, the marijuana plant can absorb up to 7 times more nutrients.


Natural Root extension

Under the surface, mycorrhizal fungi form a network of microscopically fine fungal threads. Some of the fungal tissue grows in and around the roots. The other part grows from the roots down to deep into the ground. This way, a natural extension of the root system is created, which can increase in size by up to 700%.

Thanks to the enormous size of the mycorrhizae network, consisting of fungal hyphae and root systems, a much larger soil volume can be exploited. Deeper and more distant water and nutrients are absorbed by the fungal threads and transported through the soil particles to the plant.

In addition, the fungal threads of the mycorrhizae are many times finer than the finest root hairs of the plant. This allows water and nutrients to be absorbed from pores that are inaccessible to the plant itself.


The benefits of mycorrhizal for your plants

Growing cannabis can be exciting, yet challenging. It's important to make sure to use the best possible plant supplies. Using Mycorrhizae for your cannabis plant provides numerous benefits. It is sustainable, environmentally friendly, and 100% safe for humans and animals. It stimulates the growth of healthy plants and increases the biodiversity of soil life while eliminating bad bacteria and disposing of redundant organic matter. Also, the symbiotic relationship between the beneficial fungi and your cannabis plant's root can result in 7 times more nutrient uptake, subsequently providing you with bigger, better plant growth and larger yields.

In short, the use of mycorrhizae will significantly simplify your life as a grower!

What other advantages do mycorrhizal inoculants have to offer your cannabis plants?

  • Watering you less often
  • You need less plant food
  • Plants grow fuller and taller
  • Plants are more resistant to drought and heat
  • Plants are better protected against diseases and molds formed
  • Plants develop a larger root system
  • Fruit and vegetables yield a richer harvest
  • The garden develops a rich and diverse soil life

Why add Mycorrhiza?

The soil sold in garden centers and DIY stores is made sterile to prevent pathogens or weed seeds from occurring. That is why it is important to add mycorrhiza and bring the soil life back on track. Adding nutrients in the soil significantly improves the plant roots and the overall health of your cannabis plant.

Use of the mycorrhizae fungi

Mycorrhizae should be mixed through the soil. As soon as the growing plant's roots come into contact with these beneficial bacteria, the fungi will start to grow and the foundation is laid for a beautiful symbiosis. Thanks to the addition of vegetable fungi stimulators, this process will start in less than a week! Just sit back and watch your cannabis grow.


How to use the Mycorrhizae mix

When preparing the soil for your plants, it is important that the necessary fungus is present in the soil. Therefore, when sowing, soil with the mycorrhiza contained therein must always be used, and/or mycorrhized soil must be added to the planting hole during planting. It is advised not to water immediately after planting as this can damage the mycorrhiza on the roots.

To get the most out of your plant's growth and ensure that maximum quantity yield, please check our Mycorrhizae Mix user guide


Do I really need to add mycorrhizae?

As previously explained; mycorrhizal fungi play an important role in plant growth. They help aggregate the soil which in turn provides the plant's root with better access to water and oxygen. Their symbiotic relationship with plants helps them access water and nutrients. Our test results show significant differences between regularly grown and mycorrhizal cannabis.


Additional information

The spores in Mycorrhizae Mix form Arbuscular Mycorrhizas with the roots of plants through which they can exchange sugars and nutrients. This symbiosis has a very favorable effect on the growth of the roots and the cannabis plants.

Adding the correct fungal spores, will not only help the roots develop but the fungal threads (mycelium) generated will increase the absorption capacity of nutrients and water uptake through the roots of the plant up to 700%.

Fungal spores:

  • Rhizophagus irregularis
  • Entrophospora colombiana
  • Glomus sp
  • Glomus intradadices
  • Glomus etunicatum
  • Glomus geosporum
  • Glomus clarum
  • Glomu mosseae

Do you want to ensure that your mycorrhizal fungi thrive and increase your overall plant health? Check out our complete nutrient line here. Indispensable for every organic grower. Mycorrhiza and our other plant feeds are 100% organic and can be used for all your plants in any growing medium.

Not for internal use • Keep away from children and pets • Avoid direct contact with eyes • Wash hands after usage • Store dry and cool