The Hidden Value of Mycorrhizal Fungi: How Many Species Does Your Garden Need?

The Hidden Value of Mycorrhizal Fungi: How Many Species Does Your Garden Need?
Have you been leaving the root system of your plants to chance? With beneficial biology, you can boost your chances of having an enviable garden.

The Ultimate Guide to Using Plant Success Mycorrhizae

Mycorrhizae products are essential for helping your plants achieve their full potential. In most wild ecosystems, plant species share a beneficial,...

What is Trichoderma Mycorrhiza?

Mycorrhiza is the name given to specialized forms of fungi that grow on plants' roots and spread deep within the soil. The fungal filaments within the soil are an extension of the root system and are far more effective at absorbing water and nutrients than the actual roots.

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.

Microbes for Hydroponics

The science behind beneficial microbes is very complicated. Still, the fundamental reality is that beneficial microbes for hydroponics provide growers with a wide array of benefits that cannot be matched.

Beneficial Bacteria for Plants

Bacteria often have a terrible name, but many bacteria strains are very beneficial, both to human beings and other life forms. Bacteria are the smallest life forms on the planet, as well as one of the most abundant and oldest, and soil fungi helped shape the soil structure of Earth and set the stage for plant life to evolve.

The Magic of Mycorrhizae

The Magic of Mycorrhizae
There has been increased talk lately about the fantastic nature of our fungal friends inhabiting almost every nook and cranny of the world in which we live. Let's explore why.