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Old 11-19-2018, 02:09 AM #1
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Myco/Mychorrhizae Products: What Do YOU Swear By And Why?

We know having a mychorrhiza network in the soil will bring nutrients from areas the roots cannot reach. (runononsentence) So, as far as products you can buy off the shelf, what do YOU keep around constantly and always use? What does your experience strongly recommend?

Pros?

Cons?

How and when do you recommend it's application for maximum effectiveness?


Thank you for sharing your insight.
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Wallace Organic Wonder, because I didn't grow up with plastic growstore ripoff weed that tastes like snake oils and cost hundreds of dollars a lb to grow, I grew up on a farm, with dirt and manure and wise decisions assisted by people who want to improve the world not just their pocketbooks.

Pros? It cheaper than hydro store bullshit and actually works

Cons? It still cost money

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Use after tilling and anytime I think the roots have formed something substantial. During transplant into the soil. Of course I'm new to the closet slave environment, I know most indoor people don't like dirt or endosymbiotic microbes or good tasting weed. But they do like patting themselves over the back after fulfilling another checkmark on the "I did it" sheet. So expect a bunch of recommendations for "Cannabis specific" garbage at 100$ an ounce.
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Because I like diversity in my soils and Plant Success provides it.


I use other products when Plant Success isn't available but I mostly look for Endo mycos as well as Trichoderma. And I look at the ppg for each species choosing the highest concentration that I can find.
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Awesome info, thanks! I'm definitely interested in healthier and more complex indoor plants.
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Because I like diversity in my soils and Plant Success provides it.


I use other products when Plant Success isn't available but I mostly look for Endo mycos as well as Trichoderma. And I look at the ppg for each species choosing the highest concentration that I can find.
Thats the one i use, no real specific reason, it was just the best value i found when at the grow store.
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I use to use great white until they got bought out by Monsanto.

These days I use Dragonfly Earth Medicine. Great product and great people to boot.
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I haven't heard of Dragonfly Earth Medicine before, thank you.
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We know having a mychorrhiza network in the soil will bring nutrients from areas the roots cannot reach. (runononsentence) So, as far as products you can buy off the shelf, what do YOU keep around constantly and always use? What does your experience strongly recommend?

Pros?

Cons?

How and when do you recommend it's application for maximum effectiveness?


Thank you for sharing your insight.

I've tried a few myco products, including Great White..

The only one that's actually proved itself to me is BioAg VAM - I use at every transplant, sprinkled at the bottom of the hole and patted on the root ball to ensure contact with the roots.

Easy to apply and not too expensive.
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Well, it definitely has what cannabis is looking for. Plus a little bit of a few others.
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Drewsif, I looked up WOW and you're right, it's only the myco cannabis uses and nothing else. Thank you again.
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