Mykos WP (Wettable Powder) is processed to provide effective inoculants that may be injected through a sprayer, applied in hydroponic reservoirs, and used as a seed or cloning treatment. Can also be used to dust or drench roots of all transplants.
What is Mykos?
Mykos is a fast growing beneficial fungi that connects many of the beneficial microbes to the host plant. This relationship increases the supply of nutrients to the plant increasing fundamental elements required for plant growth.
Mykos is RTI’s world record-breaking mycorrhizal innoculant. Averaging 3000 spores per 50 ml sample, it is the nation’s highest spore count endo-mycorrhizal inoculant. Mykos is registered with certified INVAM pedigrees (INVAM being the world’s utmost authority on the culturing of mycorrhizae) and its Glomus intraradices 801 species, proprietary to RTI, is considered to be the most aggressive, high-yielding strain of mycorrhizae ever produced. Mykos ensures both faster growing and higher-yielding plants.
It is formulated from pure endo-mycorrhizae, meaning that it works from within the roots, not from without like ecto-mycorrhizae, which only benefits conifers and hardwood trees. It is the purest and most infective mycorrhizal fungi currently available, delivered straight from the nation’s oldest and top grower of mycorrhizae, Reforestation Technologies International.
What Benefits Will Mykos Deliver?
Superior Nutrient Management:
Mykos is the “quarterback” and “gatekeeper” of the soil microbe team. Mykos directs the activity of a wide range of beneficial microbes (Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria) and barters for nutrients on behalf of the host plant. It transports carbohydrates to “PGPB’s” and returns essential elements back to the plant. When a plant requires more “manganese”, Mykos negotiates a supply based upon availability. When a healthy, dynamic soil is loaded with Mykos, “PGPB’s”, and nutrient supplies, growth potential is at its greatest and plant defense mechanisms are at their stongest.
Plants focus a large percentage of their energy on obtaining nutrients and moisture from the soil. The amount of nutrients and moisture that plants can obtain are limited by two factors: the size of the root zone and the “ingestability” of the nutrients available.
Mykos relieves plants of both these limits. Mykos takes over the roots job, efficiently mining an exponentially larger amount of soil, and by breaking-down nutrients into a form that plants can use. Although many are unaware of this fact, it is nearly impossible for plants to transports to your roots for ingestion (much like a mother spoon feeding her baby). Plants utilizing Mykos now have the ability to focus their energy on doing what a plant is meant to do – grow. And grow they do.