Jellyfish root inoculant binds highly effective beneficials to your transplant roots and keeps them moist and fed in the critical establishment phase. Simply dip your roots into the blend of mycorrhizae, nitrogen fixing and beneficial bacteria, seaweed, humic acids and vitamin B1. Jellyfish will lessen transplant shock, feed your plant and ensure maximum beneficial establishment.
- Drought stress
- Water and fertilizer needs
- Flowering and fruiting
- Water and nutrient storage and uptake
- Root growth
- Extensive root system
- Soil structure
- Plant establishment
Total Nitrogen (N) 2%
0.5% Other Water Soluble Nitrogen
1.5% Water Insoluble Nitrogen
Available Phosphate (P2O5) 2%
Soluble Potash (K2O) 6%
Ascophyllum Nodosum (seaweed extract) microbe food
CONTAINS NON-PLANT FOOD INGREDIENTS:
32% Starch-g-poly (2-propenamide-co-2-propenoic acid) potassium salt
20% Humic Acids derived from leonardite
14% Ascophyllum Nodosum (seaweed extract) microbe food
0.5% Vitamin B1
Mycorrhizae (1,562,525.5 of viable organisms per cc)
Endomycorrhizae 8.8 prop/g each
Contains 1,223,691 cfu/g each of the following 14 species:
The goal is to create physical contact between the roots and inoculant.
1. Mix one scoop (one teaspoon) in 8 oz. of water.
2. Stir solution for 30 seconds and let stand for ten minutes, stirring occasionally. The product will form a slurry or thin gravy as the active ingredients adhere to the roots.
3. Dip each root system in solution for about 5 seconds and then plant in soil medium.
One gallon of mix will treat approximately 250 small plants or 10 large plants. Mix 4 ounces of Jellyfish to 1 gallon of water. For best results use solution within 24 hours.
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