Soil Biology: Fungi Part VII - Who can use it?
Big Ag? Like many other products, mycorrhizal fungi should be used by farmers of all types and all scales. For...
Soil Biology: Fungi Part VI - How to use it?
Pro tips to maximize the use of a fungi product The overuse of mycorrhizal fungi products can get very expensive....
Soil Biology: Fungi Part V - Diversify
Diversity - When is it important? Diversity in mycorrhizal fungi is important, but it’s also important to be semi-selective in...
Soil Biology: Fungi Part IV - What do they do?
What do mycorrhizae do? So what can mycorrhizae do for you? Mycorrhizae help provide strength and rigidity, mineral uptake, and...
Soil Biology: Fungi Part III - Endo vs. Ecto
Types of Fungi - Endo vs Ecto Now, within fungi itself, there are two basic types of distinguishing. There are...
Soil Biology: Fungi Part II - Dominance
Microbial vs. Fungal dominance Stages & Types of Plants So why do we separate our Microbial and Fungal products? Why...
Soil Biology: Fungi Part I - Microbes vs. Fungi
What’s the difference between Microbes and Fungi? We get this question more often than you think! Especially with new growers,...
Soil Biology: Enzymes Part V - Summing up Enzymes
Summing it all up The best version of this product is in a soluble powder form. Although it is extremely...
Soil Biology: Enzymes Part IV - Microbially Based
What does that mean and what makes it different? Being microbially safe is not the only determining factor in the...
Soil Biology: Enzymes Part III - Microbially Safe
Why is it important? Microbially safe enzymes, at this point in history, are an oxymoron. They simply do not exist...
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