We here at Plant Success conduct many plant trials. We are constantly experimenting with new and innovative ways to work with mycorrhizae and plants in hopes of better understand this symbiotic relationship.

Recently we have done trials to observe the effects of mycorrhizal inoculation on pepper plants. The results were tremendous. When we pulled the roots of the pepper plants up you could see a noticeable difference in root development. In nature, mycorrhizae can enhance the surface absorbing area of roots from 10 – 1,000 times, so it’s no surprise that nutrient and water absorption is enhanced. Clearly, the plants in our trial that were inoculated with mycorrhizae were more vigorous and robust. They also had multiple flowering sites.

It’s not magic; it’s science. Great White Mycorrrhizal inoculation leads to superior plant performance.