1 teaspoon = 5 g
1 cup = 8.5 ounces
ROOTWISE MYCROBE COMPLETE is "A diverse inoculum of Beneficial Microbes and Mycorrhizae which establish soil-to-root relationships that may assist nutrient uptake, pathogen resistance, and overall plant vigor."
Improving nutrient availability and plant health through active soil biology is achieved through balance.
Establishing the ideal symbiotic relationship between our crop’s roots and the soil relies on a diverse population of bacteria and fungi. Each unique microbial function group is responsible for specific duties that trigger a chain reaction resulting in enzymatic exchange, metabolite production, and efficient uptake of nutrients. The culmination of this process results in our crop’s ability to achieve maximum genetic potential.
How is this accomplished? Most of us are familiar with the principles of balancing nutrients within our soils through fertilization and amending. The same method is applied to biological inputs.Consistent, balanced doses have the greatest benefit. As always, heavy doses of any one input, whether it be a macronutrient or single microbe, can cause an imbalance somewhere in the processes of overall plant health.
Employing full-spectrum biology is an invaluable tool for managing your living soil systems. This approach is the foundation for the microbial populations found in Rootwise Mycrobe Complete. Carefully chosen to achieve a balanced exchange between plant and soil, multiple species from each function group are present in agricultural strength populations. This inoculant works equally well for jump starting biological actions in newly built soil mixes as it does maintaining ongoing populations in well established soils.
Our dilution rates make a very concentrated solution. Apply efficiently.
We recommend consistent follow-up doses after initial inoculation to encourage ideal nutrient cycling.
After initial mixing, allow sufficient time (1/2 hour) for microbes to come out of dormancy before applying.
Prior to application, ensure your soil or medium is sufficiently saturated, then use just enough liquid concentrate to penetrate root zone. This ensures your microbes have a hospitable environment in which they can immediately colonize.
It is most effective to bring the microbes out of dormancy using our recommendations and applying as a root drench, however, if you wish to incorporate the inoculant “dry” into your soil mix, make sure your soil has sufficient moisture and will be immediately planted whether you use a cover crop or main crop. Inoculated soils that sit in totes or bags inevitably have inconsistent moisture levels and temperature zones, all leading to less than ideal survivability for soil biology.