- Powder for easy application
- Increased drought tolerance - Missed watering becomes less of an issue.
- Less fertiliser is needed - Saving money
- Increased root mass
- Plants are less prone to attacks from pathogens and undesirables
- Contains add Trichoderma & Bacteria - Increasing your micro heard!
- Excellent for transplanting
is one of the TNC Mycorr range of mycorrhizal fungi products. It contains 15 different species of mycorrhizal fungi, including endomycorrhizae and ectomycorrhizae as well as 5 species of trichoderma. It also contains 13 Bacillus species – Bacteria for Nitrogen fixing, Phosphorous solublising and growth promotion.
also contains natural bio-stimulants such as humic acid and derivatives of a natural marine algae (Ascophyllum nodosum). These include amino-acids, plant hormones – cytokinins, auxins and giberellins – also vitamins and trace elements.
The mycorrhizae and microorganisms will quickly populate and colonise the plants root zone in a symbiotic relationship, an essential part of the soil food web, transporting valuable minerals such as Nitrogen, Phosphorous, Potassium and Trace elements back to the host plant.
In addition TNC MycorrMax
will induce and increase resistance to pathogens and other undesirables, not only in the root system but throughout the structure of the plant.
(each at 1.2×109 cfu/kg)
(each at 7×108 cfu/kg)
(each at 1.3×108 cfu/kg)
Soluble Humates, Natural marine algae derivatives (from Ascophylum nodosum) Including :- trace elements, natural plant hormones, amino acids and vitamins.
TNC MycorrMax is not a fertiliser and ideally it should be applied to the roots or rootball.
Transplanting container grown plants, potting on etc.
Tease plant roots from the root ball if necessary and dust TNC MycorrMax directly onto the roots, add the remainder to the planting hole.
50g is sufficient for:-
15 ltr root ball – 1 plant
6 ltr root ball – 2 plants
3 ltr root ball – 3 plants
2 ltr root ball – 4 plants
1 ltr root ball – 6 plants
Add to the planting hole
1/2 – 1 teaspoon per plant
Bare root plants / Whips
Apply directly to the roots allow any excess to fall into the planting hole.
Dip the cutting in TNC MycorrMax
Mix 50g of TNC MycorrMax
into every 15 litres of compost.
The list for mycorrhizal compatibility list is too extensive to fit here. But a few of the common plants you might be looking for include :-
Tomato, Beetroot, Onion, Leek, Carrot, Potato (including Sweet), Roses, some Orchids, Dahlia, Chrysanthemum, Fig, Birch, Hazel, Apple etc etc
Also, while Brassicas are not included on the compatibility list, I would encourage you to try TNC MycorrMax
anyway as the results may surprise you.
A full mycorrhizal plant compatibility list can be found here