Great White is the most complete mycorrhizal product on the market; the cutting edge formula contains 15 different species of mycorrhizal fungi, 11 different species of beneficial bacteria and 2 species of trichoderma all in one product. Research shows that this powerful formula will ignite plant and root growth giving plants the tools they need to maximize yields. Great White’s concentrated formula ensures optimum colonization of root systems by the fungi for less money. 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 growth, increased yields, increased fruiting and flowering, increased nutrient and water absorption and improved transplant success. The key to healthy and vital plants starts with a vigorous root system and a vigorous root system starts with Great White!
Why Use Great White
- 15 different species of Mycorrhizae
- 11 different species of beneficial Bacteria
- 2 species of Trichoderma
- Concentrated formula and Water soluble
- Delivers spores directly to root zone
- Improves plants uptake of Phosphorus
- For use in all Soils, Coco and all Hydroponic Systems
- Can be used with organic or synthetic fertilizers.
How To Use Great White
Seeds: place seed in planting hole, lightly dust with Great White, backfill planting hole and water.
Cuttings: dip cutting into rooting gel/solution then lightly dip directly into Great White powder, knock off any excess. Mix into a favorite seedling or cutting pre-soak/fertilizer solution at a rate of 1 scoop per 10 litres of water.
Transplanting; lightly dust planting hole and place plant directly on top.
Soil, Coco and Topfeeding: apply once a week at a rate of 1 scoop per 25 litres of water.
Hydroponics: mix into reservoir with regular feeding at a rate of 1 scoop per 25 litres of water, use as a top drench at a rate of 1 scoop per 10 litres of water to ensure quick physical contact with roots. It’s recommended Great White be pre mixed in a container before adding to reservoir. Hydroponic users may find settling or particles on bottom of reservoir and should not be concerned of product loss, it’s normal for the carrying agent to settle.