Mycorrhizae are Essential to Ecosystems Self-sustaining ecosystems depend on the biological conditions they adapted to staying constant. Natural or human activities can cause severe disturbances that alter these conditions. Mycorrhizal fungi are the most essential component of the biological community that sustain vegetation. In fact mycorrhizae comprise 90% of all soil micro-organisms by weight.
A planting treatment with 99% plus nutrient use efficiency that rebuilds roots faster and better, naturally.
Better root establishment - Faster luscious growth - Healthier plants -
A proven inoculant that has been used to restore damaged ecosystems for well over a decade with very credible results.
A fertilizer treatment that helps plants build a natural systemic, Improve moisture and nutrient uptake, Reduce or stop damage from deer, elk, rabbits, and rodents through nutrition, and Helps plants produce their own defense compounds.
Restoring the Natural - Environmental Damages from Soil Disturbance and Fires can Destroy this Natural Eco System. Native plant regeneration and long term “sustainability” is the primary goal of restoring ecosystems, it also provides many additional benefits to the site and the environment.