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Old 07-26-2018, 12:49 PM #1
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Great White (beneficial bacteria and fungi)

Does anyone have experience with Great White? It was suggested to me by my local grow shop and I've never used anything like this. Have you seen any noticable difference? If I premix a large amount in water how long is it's shelf life? Just looking for the pros and cons from a community I trust.
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Old 07-27-2018, 02:58 AM #2
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I just received my second 1 oz container of Great White today.

The four organisms below that I placed in bright green lettering are
good for controlling botrytis according to research I did. Some of the
others maybe as well. I haven't checked what they all do yet.

Ingredients:

Endomycorrhiza:

Glomus aggregatum – 83 props per gram
Glomus intraradices – 83 props per gram
Glomus mosseae – 83 props per gram
Glomus etunicatum – 83 props per gram
Glomus clarum – 11 props per gram
Glomus monosporum – 11 props per gram
Paraglomus brazilianum – 11 props per gram
Glomus deserticola – 11 props per gram
Gigaspora margarita – 11 props per gram

Ectomycorrhiza:

Pisolithus tinctorious – 187,875 propagules per gram
Rhizopogon luteolus – 5,219 props per gram
Rhizopogon fulvigleba – 5,219 props per gram
Rhizopogon villosullus – 5,219 props per gram
Rhizopogon amylopogon – 5,219 props per gram
Scleroderma citrinum – 5,219 props per gram
Scleroderma cepa – 5,219 props per gram

Bacteria:

Azotobacter chroococcum – 525,000 CFU’s per gram
Bacillus subtilis – 525,000 CFU’s per gram (main ingredient in Serenade)
Bacillus licheniformis – 525,000 CFU’s per gram
Bacillus azotoformans – 525,000 CFU’s per gram
Bacillus megaterium – 525,000 CFU’s per gram
Bacillus coagulans – 525,000 CFU’s per gram
Bacillus pumilus – 525,000 CFU’s per gram
Bacillus thuringiensis – 525,000 CFU’s per gram
Bacillus amylo liquefaciens – 525,000 CFU’s per gram
Paenibacillus durum – 525,000 CFU’s per gram
Paenibacillus polymyxa – 525,000 CFU’s per gram
Saccharomyces cerevisiae – 525,000 CFU’s per gram
Pseudomonas aureofaciens – 525,000 CFU’s per gram
Pseudomonas fluorescens – 525,000 CFU’s per gram

Trichoderma koningii - 187,875 CFU’s per gram
Trichoderma harzianum - 125,250 CFU’s per gram

I don't use only it on my indoor plants.

I add some to my worm bin to enhance soil building and my guerilla spots.

To use indoors, I add a little powder to a liter of water that has been sitting
around for a few days to remove the chlorine, stir and then apply.
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I've never used Great White specifically, but I very much like Mycorrhizae in general! A bunch of premixed soils will have some inoculated in it and I also picked up some specifically to mix into my outdoor soil. That seems like it has a lot more stuff in it than just Mycorrhizae though! I'll have to get a bag to check it out.
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Lots of good information guys. Today was my first time introducing it to my grow along with some root booster also, so I'm interested in seeing the results.
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When buying any innoculants, always check exp. date. Don't be BS'd by grow store sales people. If date is expired, don't buy it, and call that to the attention of sales people. Good luck. -granger
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All the negative reviews on amazon about Great White are about the expiration dates having expired.
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I just looked at my bottle and found the expiry date underneath the bottom.

Mine says 5-15-21 so it's good for a little while.

I'll be getting a 4 oz or 8 oz container this Fall to inoculate my guerilla patch when it starts raining.
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I'm still a relatively new growers so I'm sure I'll have trouble identifying the benefits and results. Are there any signs I should be looking for to determine if the plants are utilizing it?
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I'm still a relatively new growers so I'm sure I'll have trouble identifying the benefits and results. Are there any signs I should be looking for to determine if the plants are utilizing it?
Myco is all about root growth, you can't really prove anything till the end of the grow and check the roots. If you want a straight up comparison you will need to grow a plant in the myco and another without. If your plants look healthy and lush and seem to have a great root network, it's probably working
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Absolutely love this stuff. I've used it for a couple of seasons and it really does have a dramatic effects on my plants' roots and growth. I really love it but my only complaint is how pricey it is. You'll burn $30-100 worth of it every grow in hydro. But is worth it.

I've tried using cheaper Myco companies my last few seasons but nothing works as well in my experience. If any of you have found a cheaper alternative that works as well, I'd love to know.
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