DYNOMYCO™ needs to make direct contact with the roots of your plants in order to be most effective. It can be applied by either mixing it into the growing media, applying it in the planting hole or as a root-ball coating. Therefore, it is best to apply directly to seedlings and clones and at every transplantation into larger containers. The standard rate of application is 5 grams per seedling/clone and from there 5 grams of DYNOMYCO™ for every gallon of soil (1.25 grams per liter). See product label for more detailed instructions. Otherwise, application of DYNOMYCO™ mycorrhizal inoculants changes almost nothing else in your cultivation process.
Dynomyco™ Mycorrhizal Inoculants 100g
DYNOMYCO MYCORRHIZAL INOCULANTS
DYNOMYCO™ improves plant nutrient, mineral and water uptake, which translates to healthier plants and higher yields! It protects your plants from environmental stress and allows them to thrive in various growing conditions.
- Protects your plants from environmental stress and allows them to thrive in various growing conditions.
- Helps your plant absorb more nutrients. The fungi latch onto the plant roots and effectively extend them to access nutrients otherwise unavailable to the plant.
- Highly-concentrated, containing large amounts of endomycorrhizal propagules which help your plants realize their full potential in terms of yields and overall plant health.
- Based on thirty years of research, by a team of agronomists and plant and soil experts. We understand mycorrhizal fungi and the great impact they have on cannabis plants, which are considered obligate mycotrophs.
DIRECTIONS OF USE:
- Upon initial planting of seeds, clones or seedlings, use 1 tsp of DYNOMYCO™ per pint (10.5g/L) or growing media. Mix DYNOMYCO™ uniformly into the growing media before planting.
- Upon transplantation into larger containers, apply DYNOMYCO™ at a rate of 1tsp/gal (1.3g/L), either mixed in growing media or spread in bottom and sides of planting hole.
- 100 G
No! However, we wouldn’t want good product to go to waste. Please be advised of DYNOMYCO™’s recommended application rates (see answer to question above: “When is it good to apply DYNOMYCO™ and how much?”), but don’t worry about over-application, as the plant autoregulates its mycorrhization and limits the fungi to the ideal rate.
DYNOMYCO™ should be reapplied with every grow cycle, since mycorrhizae generally survive only as long as their host plants. If you are using new growing media, then adding DYNOMYCO™ is a necessity as the new soil will not have much microbial life in it. If planting in reused soil, you want to inoculate the soil again in order to let the plant begin its life with fungi to help out in the early stages of growth.
DYNOMYCO™ should be reapplied with each transplantation into larger containers. This is to ensure that the newly formed root tips will also enjoy the benefits of mycorrhizae.
Depending on the growing protocol and operation, effective DYNOMYCO™ inoculation will likely become apparent within two to six weeks (though we have even seen improvements within just a few days). Visual differences may include faster plant growth, larger flowers, richer plant color, more lush and dark, healthier leaves, more potent scent, bushier looking plants and fewer signs of stress in comparison to non-inoculated plants. Other differences may include a healthier root system and root structure (noticeable when transplanting), as well as reduced transplant shock.
We recommend asking us before using fungicides together with DYNOMYCO™ inoculants. As a rule of thumb, non-systemic fungicides, herbicides and insecticides are generally compatible with DYNOMYCO™ inoculants, while many systemic fungicides are incompatible. When drenching soil with fungicide, we recommend doing so at least two weeks prior to inoculation or at least four weeks after planting. To ensure compatibility with other treatments, please check DYNOMYCO™'s Compatibility Tool. When in doubt, our technical staff is always available to help. In general, we recommend not using synthetic pesticides or fungicides - there are lots of natural products that will have the same effect and that are better for both your and your plant's health. We support organic and natural farming practices, especially when it comes to cannabis which is often provided to medical patients.
The endomycorrhizal species Glomus intraradices, which is one of the active ingredients in DYNOMYCO™, is considered the “universal soldier of mycorrhiza”, as it exhibits relatively little host specificity and thus will benefit most plants. However, certain soil and growing media conditions may enhance plant responsiveness to DYNOMYCO™ and the two species of fungi. Certain unfavorable soil conditions may promote the effectiveness of DYNOMYCO™ such as low water and organic matter content, deficient soil phosphorus and nitrogen levels, heavy metal toxicity, and acidic or alkaline soil conditions. Sub-optimal soil acidity conditions limit crop production in 40% of the world’s soils, mostly because many plants do not absorb nutrients (especially phosphorus) well in acidic (pH < 5.0) or in alkaline (pH > 7.5) soils. Glomus intraradices adjusts soil pH levels in order for plants to better absorb nutrients, while Glomus mosseae promotes disease suppression and keeps root systems healthier. Each one of the fungal strains were selected for traits and qualities that help cannabis grow optimally in various growing media.
Certain plant families are considered non-mycotrophs, and do not form symbiotic relationships with mycorrhizal fungi, such as the fungi in DYNOMYCO™. These include mostly brassicae (kale, broccoli, spinach, cauliflower, etc.)
High rates of fertilizers, especially inorganic and soluble phosphorus fertilizers, can hinder the formation of mycorrhizae. Mycorrhizal fungi are sensitive to soil phosphorus levels because if there is already a surplus of phosphorous available to the plant, mycorrhizae have less reason to perform. High phosphorus contents will therefore also cause the mycorrhizae to be delayed or not perform other important duties such as increasing water and other nutrient uptake into the plant. Available phosphorus levels should be kept in the low to moderate range per soil type, especially at the time of mycorrhizal inoculation (when the mycorrhizae attach to the plant roots). However, organic forms of fertilizers have been shown to have less inhibitory effects on mycorrhizae than inorganic, soluble fertilizers. The use of organic fertilizers, kelp, humic acids and other carbon sources have been shown to be suitable when combined with mycorrhizal fungi. Composts are mostly compatible with mycorrhizal fungi, but caution should be taken as some compost sources may have high salt or other nutrient content that can inhibit DYNOMYCO™’s mycorrhizal fungi.
DYNOMYCO™ is Clean Green Certified and can be used in regenerative and sustainable or natural farming practices. In the US, cannabis is not federally legal, and since the word "organic" is regulated by the USDA, no cannabis farm can use the term "organic". That being said, Clean Green uses similar standards as the USDA's National Organic Program.
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