Plant Success: Premium Mycorrhizal Inoculants

Indoor and Hydroponic Growing

Hydroponic growers have seen great success by incorporating mycorrhizae into their systems: specifically enhanced yields, enhanced fruiting and flowering and minimizing transplant shock.

Plant Success Organics

Mycorrhizae are fundamental for superior plant performance, supplying the water and nutrients needed for optimal plant and root development, flowering and fruiting. Plant Success Organics Granular and Soluble mycorrhizae provide a wide spectrum of beneficial soil microbes for most plant types.

Professional Line

Plant Success Professional line provides landscapers with the tools they need to get the job done. Simple and easy to use inoculants for all landscape plants.

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5 Reasons to Use Mycorrhizae in Your Garden this Spring

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I tried plant success on ten 5-gallon California Coastal Oaks that I planted on my property in Blossom Valley, California about 90 days ago. Since the start of Spring I am amazed at the growth on the new trees. I purchased the fertilizer at the local nursery (Kniffings) and will recommend the product to other homeowners.
Mycorrhize can be applied as a granular directly to roots, a powder that can be watered in, tablets placed in hole at time of transplant or as a transplanting gel.