Science class might not have followed you into real life when you left school. There is a whole world of exciting, interesting, environmentally enhancing the information that you can learn about now when you look deeper into the science of mycorrhizae. They help to determine and form the growth of vegetation of all kinds.
Plants That Need Mycorrhizae
Most plants will benefit after being treated with a mycorrhizal inoculant. Approximately one-tenth of all plants do not benefit from mycorrhizae. You can obtain a list of the mycorrhizal and non-mycorrhizal plants from the website listed below.
What Mycorrhizae Do
Mycorrhizae are fungi with a scientific and nutritional makeup lacking in many types of vegetation. There are different types with different uses for different types of plants. Your zucchini growing in the back yard may need certain types of mycorrhizae. The farmer out in the country and the hydroponic grower downtown may need other kinds for their crops. Many plants need inoculants or vitamins like most people do.
How Mycorrhizae Work
Mycorrhizal inoculants work with the plants’ root systems. The mycorrhizae make it easier for the roots to get nutritional value from the soil. Your plants will absorb water better after being treated with the mycorrhizae.
Where to Find More Information for a Healthier Garden
Plant Revolution can help you improve your garden output by educating you about mycorrhizae and the importance of mycorrhizal inoculants.