Great White’s premium and concentrated formula aids optimum colonization of root systems by the fungi. The water-soluble powder makes application a snap and delivers the spores directly to the roots for immediate germination. Users should look for explosive root development, enhanced yields, fruiting and flowering, nutrient and water absorption and transplant success.
The key to vital plants starts with a vigorous root system, and a vigorous root system starts with Great White !
Using Great White Mycorrhizae
This blend of beneficial fungi and vitamins is helpful at every stage of the growth process, and it belongs in every of essential items. The following instructions outline its proper use in different gardening environments.
Great White can be used with starting seeds as well as transplanting larger plants, and it is helpful in both indoor and outdoor settings. Seeds can be dusted with the Great White granules before being covered up with soil. When transplanting, you sprinkle a pinch or two of granules directly into the planting hole before placing the plant into the ground. You can also mix Great White with water and use this solution to water your new transplants and encourage the healthy development of roots throughout the growing season. One small scoop will make 2 gallons of topfeeding solution for plants growing in soil or coco fiber.
("coco fiber") bricks are a natural by-product of coconut harvesting, and they are often used as a in place of peat moss or rock wool. Many gardeners mix one part coco fiber with two parts potting soil, and then add dry granules of Great White at a rate of one ounce per 2.5 cubic feet of soil / coco mix. are an additional enriching ingredient that many gardeners find helpful in such mixes.
If you’re a dedicated gardener, you may take great pleasure in collecting and rooting cuttings from special plants that you encounter. Encouraging cuttings to form roots can be tricky, but a mycorrhizal formula like Great White makes the process simpler. While the cutting is still fresh, dip it in or solution, and then dip the wet cutting directly into the Great White powder. In some cases, it is necessary to pre-soak cuttings, and a pre-soaking solution can be made by adding one scoop of Great White to 2 gallons of water.
To enjoy continuous benefits from Great White throughout the growing season, you can dissolve it in water at a rate of 1 scoop per 2 gallons, and water your plants with it once every one to two weeks.
Great White is helpful in every type of hydroponic system, for extending root systems and protecting plants against root zone pests and diseases. When treated with mycorrhizal fungi, roots branch off more prolifically and form hair-thin feeder roots, thus absorbing nutrients more effectively. For hydroponics solutions, the product is mixed with water before being added to the reservoir. One scoop for every ten gallons of water yields the correct concentration for your hydroponic system.