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Key To Life Root Life Fungi *New & Improved*

Use to easily access nutrients!

Beneficial Mycorrhizal Fungi
Mycorrhizae attaches itself to the root giving it hundreds of thousands of new access points for nutrients and water, as well as the ability to store 7 days of reserve. The fungal filaments trans-locate and store deficient nutrients to distant parts of the soil where nutrients may be lacking, allowing growth to continue. The fungus is fed by the plant simple sugars; while fungus supplies N, P, other nutrients and even water to the plant.

WHY
Mycorrhizae, some of the most powerful fungi inoculant, is what put organics on the map! It creates a connection between the root and the inoculant. Roots need beneficial fungi & bacteria just like you & me!

WHAT
CONTAINS NON-PLANT FOOD INGREDIENTS:
50% Active Ingredients: Endo Mycorrhizae: 286.6 propagules/g
Glomus intraradices, Glomus mosseae, Glomus aggregatum, Glomus etunicatum (71.65 propagules/g each)
50% Inert Ingredients: Clay (as carrier)

HOW
Directions For Use:
Root Drench: 1/4-3/4 tsp/gal H2O
Soil/Top Dress: 1/4 tsp/gal soil
Hydro/Aero: N/A
Foliar: N/A
Tea: 3/4 tsp/gal H2O

WHEN
Use this product in the rooting/vegetative & fruiting/bloom stage of plant life.

TIPS
Use dechlorinated/R.O./high quality H2O (quality may change seasonally). Keep nutrient mix/H2O aerated & below 73 degrees. Maintain proper pH levels, between 5.5-6.8. Monitor PPM & EC with meter. This is a supplement, use in addition to current regimen. Change nutrient mix every week. Store in cool, dark, dry place.

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