Vam Endo contains 7 species of Granular Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, resulting in superior plant and root growth. Use in a variety of applications including dry broadcast for turf and farms or add to liquid for hydroponic, irrigation, and hand-watering applications. Use for seed treatments, clones/cuttings, and fortification after making compost tea. Grown In Vivo. No Trichoderma.
A superior mycorrhizal fungi product made by top US researchers with over twenty years applied experience. VAM ENDO-MIX™ contains 7 different strains and 158 propagules per gram. Shop and compare! Improves transplant success, increases absorption of water and nutrients and enhances plant growth. Use in a variety of applications including dry broadcast for turf and farms or add to liquid for hydroponic, irrigation, and hand-watering applications. Use for seed treatments, clones/cuttings, and fortification after making compost tea.
Glomus intraradices……….104 propagules/gm
Glomus claroidium………….. 9 propagules/gm
Glomus deserticola…………. 9 propagules/gm
Glomus mosseae……………… 9 propagules/gm
Glomus etunicatum………… 9 propagules/gm
Gigaspora albida………………. 9 propagules/gm
Glomus clarum………………… 9 propagules/gm
General Application Rates:
IMPORTANT NOTE: Beneficial Fungi should have contact with the roots in order to be most effective. Do not use chlorinated water.
For Transplants: Apply product directly on or in contact with plant roots. For trees and vines use 2 tbls per plant. For vegetables, strawberries and other row crops, apply 1 tsp per plant.
For Planting Seeds: apply product in the furrow beneath the seed at the rates of 1 tbls per row foot, or broadcast at the rate of 2 tbls per square foot and rake into the upper soil layer before planting.
Expiration date: Two years from date of manufacture Exceeding application rates can cause irregular growth. Store in a cool dry place with prolonged temperatures not exceeding 90 degrees. Avoid direct sunlight. Use in a well ventilated place.
Storage Conditions: Store in a cool, dry place with prolonged temperatures not exceeding 90 degrees F. Avoid direct sunlight.