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Myco Maximum

Myco Maximum is a granular powder containing 7 species of growth-enhancing mycorrhizal fungi, proprietary ingredients, 11 strains of beneficial bacteria, and 2 trichoderma species.

Myco Maximum adds organic matter and helps to break down nutrients and micro-nutrients present in your growing medium or soil which are necessary for plants throughout their life cycles.
Mycorrhizal fungi increase the surface-absorbing area of the roots, greatly improving the ability of plants to grow, fruit and flower by forming an intricate web that captures and assimilates nutrients and water for the plant.
Working together, beneficial bacteria, mycorrhizal and trichoderma fungi expand into the surrounding medium to greatly increase the roots’ ability to absorb and recycle water and nutrients, improving transplant success, flowering and overall growth of the plant. The goal is to create physical contact between the roots and the inoculants. Myco Maximum can be banded under seed, worked into seed beds, placed under cuttings, blended into potting soil, or sprinkled near roots at transplant time.


Retail Prices

  • 4oz. – $17.16
  • 8 oz. – $31.20
  • 1 lb. – $52.00
  • 5 lbs. – $208.00
  • 10 lbs. – $374.40
  • 20lbs. – $624.00

Guaranteed Analysis

CONTAINS NON PLANT FOOD INGREDIENTS:
3% Humic acids (derived from leonardite)
3% Glucose (food source for microbials)

Endomycorrhizae
Glomus aggregatum……………………………………………………23 spores/cc
Glomus intraradices……………………………………………………27 spores/cc
Glomus mosseae……………………………………………………….21 spores/cc
Glomus etunicatum…………………………………………………….29 spores/cc

Bacteria
Bacillus licheniformis………………………………………………….169,000 cfu/cc
Bacillus azotoformans………………………………………………..163,000 cfu/cc
Bacillus megaterium…………………………………………………..171,000 cfu/g
Bacillus pumilus…………………………………………………………157,000 cfu/cc
Bacillus coagulans……………………………………………………..153,000 cfu/g


Directions:

Application Rates
Apply 4 oz per 1.5 – 3 cu. f/t. of media.
Planting: Apply in furrow 1 tsp. per row foot.
Beds: Mix in top 4inches of soil 2lbs per 100 sq. ft.
Nurseries: Inoculum can be mixed at a rate of 5 lbs. per cubic yard.

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