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Welcome to the Mycorrhizae category of Pevgrow, your favorite grow shop and increasingly popular among many people. Here you will find a wide range of mycorrhizae to improve the health and performance of your crops. With our mycorrhizae, you can maximize the absorption of water and weed fertilizers, promote vigorous growth, and enhance disease resistance. Discover everything you need to know about mycorrhizae and how they can transform your cultivation.

What are Mycorrhizae?

Mycorrhizae are symbiotic associations between fungi and plant roots. In this relationship, plants provide carbohydrates to the fungi, while the fungi improve the absorption of nutrients and water by the plants. This exchange benefits both parties, creating a mutually supportive system that is crucial for the growth and health of plants. Mycorrhizal fungi produce a mycelium that can integrate with the plant's root system, with hyphae that function like roots but extend much further, reaching areas where roots cannot, utilizing nutrients that would otherwise be inaccessible to trees and plants.

Types of Mycorrhizae

There are several types of mycorrhizae, but the most common are:

  • Endomycorrhizae (Arbuscular): Penetrate the cells of plant roots, forming structures called arbuscules and vesicles. They are common in most agricultural, horticultural, and ornamental plants.
  • Ectomycorrhizae: Form a layer around the roots without penetrating the cells. They are typical of trees and shrubs, especially in coniferous forests.
  • Ericoid Mycorrhizae: Primarily associated with plants of the Ericaceae family.
  • Orchid Mycorrhizae: Specific to orchids, essential for the germination of their seeds.

Benefits of Mycorrhizae

The use of mycorrhizae in cultivation offers numerous benefits:

  • Better nutrient absorption: Mycorrhizae expand the surface area of roots, allowing greater absorption of nutrients such as phosphorus, nitrogen, and essential trace elements.
  • Increased disease resistance: Mycorrhizal fungi protect roots from soil pathogens, improving the overall resistance of plants.
  • Better water retention: Mycorrhizae help plants survive drought conditions by improving soil water retention.
  • Faster and more vigorous growth: Mycorrhized plants tend to grow faster and be more robust due to improved nutrient and water absorption.
  • Increased soil biodiversity: They promote a greater diversity of beneficial microorganisms in the soil.
  • Sustainability: Reduce the need for chemical fertilizers, benefiting the environment.

How Mycorrhizae Work

Mycorrhizae work by extending plant roots through a network of hyphae, which are fungal filaments. This network acts as an extension of the root system, significantly increasing the plant's capacity to absorb water and nutrients from the soil. Additionally, mycorrhizae release enzymes that break down organic matter and release essential nutrients that plants can use.

Applications and Uses of Mycorrhizae

Mycorrhizae are extremely versatile and can be used in various forms of cultivation:

  • Agriculture: Improves crop productivity and health, reducing the need for chemical fertilizers.
  • Horticulture: Ideal for ornamental plants, enhancing their growth and disease resistance.
  • Forestry: Facilitates the growth of trees and shrubs in poor soils.
  • Hydroponics: Despite the lack of soil, mycorrhizae can be added to hydroponic systems to improve nutrient absorption.
  • Home Gardening: Improves the performance of plants in gardens and pots.

How to Apply Mycorrhizae

The application of mycorrhizae is simple and can be done in several ways:

  • In the soil: Add mycorrhizae directly to the substrate or planting hole.
  • In watering: Dissolve powdered or liquid mycorrhizae in the watering water for even distribution.
  • On the roots: Apply mycorrhizae directly to the plant roots during transplanting.
  • Foliar inoculation: Some formulations allow direct application to the leaves.

When to Apply Mycorrhizae

Mycorrhizae can be applied at any time during the growth cycle, but they are especially effective during transplanting or seeding, as this allows for faster colonization of the roots. At Pevgrow, we advise all growers to mix mycorrhizae with the substrate and subsequently apply more mycorrhizae during the first waterings, as well as after each transplant.

Featured Products at Pevgrow

At Pevgrow, we offer a wide variety of mycorrhizae to meet all your cultivation needs:

  • Powdered Mycorrhizae: Easy to apply directly to plant roots during transplanting, powdered mycorrhizae are the most widespread.
  • Liquid Mycorrhizae: Liquid mycorrhizae like those from the Orca brand are perfect for irrigation system applications and easy to dose.
  • Gel Mycorrhizae: These could be considered a mix between powder and liquid forms, and although there are not many options, we recommend Mygal gel mycorrhizae.
  • Combinations of Mycorrhizae and Beneficial Bacteria: Offer a complete solution to improve soil and plant health.
  • Mycorrhizae for Hydroponics: Specific formulations for soilless systems.

Why Choose Pevgrow to Buy Mycorrhizae?

  • Guaranteed Quality: We work with the best manufacturers to ensure you receive high-quality products.
  • Variety of Products: We offer a wide range of mycorrhizae for different types of crops and needs.
  • Competitive Pricing: We offer competitive prices and regular discounts so you can get the best value for your money.
  • Expert Advice: Our team is always available to offer you the best advice and answer all your questions about the use of mycorrhizae.
  • Fast and Secure Shipping: We guarantee fast and secure shipping so you receive your products in perfect condition.

Buy Mycorrhizae at the Best Price Online at Pevgrow

This is one of the best investments you can make to improve the performance of your crop, as applying mycorrhizae will increase plant production without the need to add more nutrients, without the risk of over-fertilization, and strengthening the root system of plants against attacks from harmful fungi such as Pythium or Fusarium. Buy now and give your plants the best!

Frequently Asked Questions

Can mycorrhizae and trichoderma be combined?

Yes, it is possible to combine mycorrhizae and trichoderma. Both are beneficial fungi that can improve plant health, but it is important to follow the manufacturer's recommendations for the best results.

Where are mycorrhizae found?

Mycorrhizae are naturally found in the soil, especially in forest and agricultural environments. They can also be added to the soil through commercial products.

When should mycorrhizae be applied?

Mycorrhizae are most effective when applied during transplanting or seeding, as this allows for faster colonization of the roots. They can also be added at any time during the growth cycle to improve plant health and performance.

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