What is a Mycorrhizal Product?
The term Mycorrhizal refers to the relationship that exists between beneficial fungi and the roots of plants. This colonization is an extension of the root system and extends well into the soil, growing in association with most plants.
Mycorrhizal fungi are located in undisturbed soil, along with several other helpful soil organisms. Unfortunately, many standard practices in today's world can have a degrading effect on the soil-forming potential caused by Mycorrhizal fungi such as tillage, home and road construction, and topsoil removal tillage and mind.
A Mycorrhizal product is, therefore, a term for any product that contains such fungi and can be used to help plants to make use of soil resources by as much as up to a hundred times more than is usually the case.
There are several benefits to making use of Mycorrhizal products.
These products improve plants and soil's ecosystem and help increase the establishment of plants while reducing the stress and loss that can occur when plants are transplanted.
The use of Mycorrhizal products can increase the uptake of water and nutrients while also improving soil structure and porosity and reducing the need for fertilizers, making it easy to reestablish and build useful populations simply and cost-effectively.
Mycorrhizal products can be found in many different forms, including the likes of transplant bags and jars.