MYCORRHIZAE create a network that increases the plants ability to absorb more nutrients and water from soil, such as phosphorus, copper and zinc.
MYCORRHIZAE form a network of fine filaments that associate with plant roots and draw nutrients and water from the soil that the root system would not be able to access otherwise.
- When planting trees and shrubs, spread MYKE at the bottom and on the sides of the hole. For hedges, use 125 ml (1/2 cup) to 250 ml (1 cup) of MYKE for every linear meter (yard), depending on the width of the furrow, 30 cm (1 ft) to 60 cm (2ft) respectively.
- 1.5 L - 6 cups : Treats 12 gallons or up to 12 plants
- 4 L - 16 cups : Treats 32 gallons or up to 32 plants