AM 120 Mycorrhizal Inoculum works together with a plant’s root system extending it throughout the surrounding soil area and significantly improving water and nutrient absorption, while reducing the need and frequency of applying outside fertilizers. AM 120 helps plants establish strong healthy root systems quicker than non-inoculated seeds. By extending the reach and efficiency of the host plants root systems mycorrhiza, greatly enhance the plants ability to survive and even flourish in dry conditions and in nutrient poor soils including sites with a low pH or a different chemical composition.
Mycorrhizal fungi form associations with 90% of plants, and can adapt to different biological, geological, and climatic conditions. In addition, it produces miles of hyphae throughout the soil to transport moisture and nutrients back to their host and supply them with their primary food source of carbohydrates. Both spores and hyphae are capable of colonizing a host plant once they have made contact with the plant’s roots. Therefore fragments that contain spores or hyphae are considered propagules or inoculating agents. It is estimated that the amount of carbon filtered from the atmosphere is increased by over 40% or more.
AM 120 is the proven standard for Mycorrhizal Innoculants in Restoration and Mine Reclamation and is now available in blended Regional Suites. In addition to our original Glomus Intraradices isolate (UT), we are now able to offer more specific suites for a range of ecotype and geographic locations. All of RTI’s species and isolates have been selected for growth response or health improvement of a wide range of host plants. AM 120 Regional Suites provide an extra dimension of biology.
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