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mykos granular 2.2 lbs

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MYKOS® mycorrhizae is a natural and organic species of beneficial soil fungi that create a "sponge-like" mass which collects and stores nutrients and water, increasing the uptake of both. This single species of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi contains only Rhizophagus intraradices, formally known as Glomus intraradices. MYKOS does not contain any other microbes such as Trichoderma or ectomycorrhizae.
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Product details
Product Dimension: 20.32 x 20.32 x 15.24 cm
Shipping Weight: 1.25 Kg
SKU: 2573

Manufacturer: Xtreme Gardening

Date first available: May 10 2020
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Bestsellers Rank: #5 in Others
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Steven P. Spinella

  

May 16, 2017

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Update: A year later my young trees look quite impressive and amazingly we have not lost any plants that we treated with this and the water crystals. That's the result we're looking for. Of course, I still have most of the bag left, but I assume it keeps a long time if dry and cool.
I'm not going to give you an informed opinion on little brown grains that look about the same as the yeast for the bread maker. (Hmm, should I be keeping this in the freezer to maintain freshness?) What I did note is that the local nursery only guaranteed their trees if they were transplanted with "an appropriate amount" of mychorrizae (my·cor·rhi·zaˌmīkəˈrīzə/BOTANY, plural noun: mycorrhizae: a fungus that grows in association with the roots of a plant in a symbiotic or mildly pathogenic relationship.)
The big box stores didn't seem to carry it, but I did find some product on their websites like "myke". I think I'm not the only one who finds mychorrizae a bit unwieldy. This product was a good price and seems targeted at people who know a lot more than I do.
So basically, here's what I've found out. This product stimulates root growth. It is a normal part of good soil, but soil does not reliably contain this fungus (bread yeast is also a fungus). So rather than waiting for it to emerge, it can be added to the soil like you'd add yeast to bread dough--if you have enough, you have plenty. If you don't have enough, your results may vary.
Since you use it by the tablespoon, a 2.2 lb bag will last for a lot of trees, bushes, or flowering plants. Keeping the roots moist will help to ensure the symbiotic success of the fungus and the roots. Dousing it with a high strength fertilizer might kill it and the plant.
Since I live in the high desert and am planting trees in sand, we also added "water storing crystals" which is basically a gel that absorbs many times its volume in water, helping to keep the water from just draining away. You won't need this if you have great soil, and you might not even need the Mykos...but maybe you ought to try it unless you prefer your bread (and trees) unleavened.
[Apparently master gardeners and extension specialists like to talk about things like this--feel free to comment, but please be gentle with me as I'm just a poor untrained campesino.]

M&M

  

January 30, 2016

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I have used Mykos for the past three year as it was highly recommended for healthy root development of plants by organic gardeners. My vegetable garden has become more productive than it has ever been in the past. I start my seeds indoors using a seed starting mixture in net pots (for air pruning the roots) instead or plastic cell containers. Once my seeds germinate, I moved them under grow lights which are just shop light fixtures with one red (warm white) and one blue (cool white) fluorescent bulbs to provide more light contained in the natural light spectrum of the sun. When my plants develop their first set of true leaves I began a weekly feeding of Neptune's Harvest fertilizer at a 50% strength as the seedlings were still tender. The plants are hardened off in a simple greenhouse. The soil is amended with Azomite and wormcastings. We sprinkle Mykos on the plant roots as they are placed in the ground. The Mykos helps to create a vast root system which allows the plant to absorb more moisture and nutrients from the soil. As a result, plans are healthier and able to produce a more abundant crop.

We have also planted over one hundred shrubs and trees using Mykos. With a healthy root system in place before the weather turns cold, our plants are better able to survive the bitterly cold Minnesota winters. We have experienced almost no winter loss after switching to this method. I am amazed at the growth my plants have experienced as a result and would highly recommend this method. We will definitely continue to use this product as we have experience the difference it has made in our plants.

Hayden

  

March 26, 2019

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Want to experience GROUND SHATTERING ROOT EXPLOSION (and plant growth)? Buy this product NOW!

Started these Chocolate Ghost Peppers the 2nd week of February (2019) and they took off after transplanting them using Xtreme Gardening’s Mycos and Azos (March 2019).

Mind you... This is my FIRST TIME growing hot peppers; I couldn’t be happier with the results. ?

Even my 96Yo grandmother was BLOWN AWAY by how fast and how robust they grew in their little red cups. (She’s not easily impressed.)

In fact, they grew so fast and the root explosion was so ‘ploriferous’, I was forced to transplant them much earlier than expected.

I have since experimented with a mild solution of this combination to start a few other tomato and ground cherry seedlings, and my germination rate was 100% in less than 3 days.

CRAZY! ?

You could even see the the Mycos’ hairs colonizing the little seedlings — shielding them from early maladies.

In all my years of growing, I’ve never seen rooting this powerful.

That said, I hope they never dilute or change the ingredients of both their Mycos and Azos formulas.

BOTH are a MUST HAVE in EVERY garden. Period.

So... I you are in the market for an excellent soil and rooting amendment/fertilizer... Order this product today!

You won’t be disappointed.

Hope this helps.

P.S. Cheers! And Happy Growing
Peace & Luv✌️?

DD

  

March 13, 2016

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I am an avid gardner and have been growing veggies for years. I sometimes have great crops and sometimes they are huge fails. So this year I decided to do some research on different products to add to my soil and try to improve my odds.

I have heard how great this Mycorrhizal powder is for the garden so I thought I would try it. It is supposed to enhance the root structure of the plants and be a beneficial fungi that plant love and thrive with. Having great soil is very important to the success of your garden and I have learned that to create great soil you must amend it with nutrients and fungi.

Can't report yet how well it works because I just transplanted seedlings but will be sure to update in a few weeks about the growth and health of my plants!!! Grow babies Grow!!!

UPDATE: OK this is about a month later and HOLY WOW!!!! My plants are huge and happy. Flowering like crazy and producing baby tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplants, melons, squash, peppers and more. I will never transplant or start seeds again with out this Amazing powder. I have been gardening for 10 years and and this is the Best my plants have ever been!!!
I posted two pictures below of my garden about 2 months after transplanting the seedlings that I started in the house during the winter with this Mykos powder.

Land of Corn and Soy Oh Boy!

  

October 29, 2016

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Love It! No need to waste your money on all the "specialty" mixed or stuff made just for a certain "weed" when this does the job and rocks it!
I have tried lots of other brands, Great White, a variety of powder and liquid options from Advanced, GH, Roots Organic, and Humboldt nutrients, just that I think of off the top of my head. Non of those provided any better results, and in some cases provided worse results then Mykos!

Other brands market they off a bajillion different types and strains, when in reality maybe a couple of those 10, 20, or 30 different strains will actually take and colonize the root zone and offer any sort of benefit. Mykos has research that was put into to find a specific strain that does the job, and does the job well. You don't have to worry about your product fighting and killing itself off before ever colonizing the roots with this product, it can get put on and get right to doing what its suppose to do, keeping a health kick @ss root zone!

There is a reason professional competition growers use this as their go to myco product!! Ever see some of the pumpkins and other stuff some of the guys that use this stuff grow?! WOW just WOW!

DA

  

July 27, 2019

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In the photo you can see the tomato plant on the left. It's about 8–9 feet tall and about 4 feet wide and very full. I thought maybe I gave it too much nitrogen but I barely gave it any besides some coffee grinds in the earlier part of the season.

I think it might be the Mykos. Besides this I gave it some Azomite and fish/seaweed fertilizer but I've used those the past few years and haven't seen growth like this. It's been hot so not as much fruit right now but there are probably 6–7 giant, green tomatoes that you probably can't see in the photo. And plenty of flowers waiting to turn into tomatoes.

I also give my garden very good, homemade compost but I'm pretty sure the size and breadth of this tomato plant, along with my other plants and my huge pepper plants is probably because of the Mykos.

I'm kind of in shock how crazy everything grew this year. And still a good 6-8 weeks left to go. Will need taller stakes next year.

GoldenWize

  

December 20, 2020

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It is well understood that what happens underground doesn't stay underground but it's shown in your plants health top side. Mykos mycorrhizal inoculants is a soil fungus that works with the roots system of your plants. This in turn translates to a healthier plant, that's larger, with more flowers, more fruit and more veggies. For me I put a little Mykos in the starter pot soil then I also add some at transplant (when planting into the ground.) Mycorrhiza tends to be pricey so I use it like gold dust… just a little here and there. My peppers and tomatoes explode with tons of large fruit. I got some 3 pound tomatoes this year. For those monster atlantic giant pumpkin growers this is a must have. I can easily grow 400-600 pound pumpkins now. I have been using Mykos for years and I'm very satisfied with the results. This is for those serious gardeners that really want to maximize their gardens and flowers.

G. Gavin

  

December 27, 2017

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I went through an entire bag in just a couple of months, not even using it all the time, just on the larger plants. Well, I probably used too much on some, but, in any case, I'm back to buy another so I'm ready for spring. Honestly, unless one does a controlled experiment, I don't know how much I can say it really works, but it certainly doesn't hurt and, for now, I'm going with the planting experts at Gardeners' World who use mycorrhizae. I can say that I transplanted a very well-established rose bush, approximately 10 years old, from what had become a shady, deer-inhabited corner, to another sunnier, protected spot in the early fall. I did not manage to get as much of the roots as I'd hoped to, yet, so far, so good, without even one single drooping leaf. For me, that alone was worth the price. Hopefully, the rose bush will continue to thrive when warm weather returns.

Collette

  

August 24, 2014

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There are many things I have done in the garden over the years that I suspect may help the plants a bit but it's such a marginal improvement I can't be sure it isn't due to other factors. I expected the same with the Mykos but I was gladly proven wrong. I treated most of the plants in the garden with this inoculant during planting. I planted 8 basil plants because normally it takes that many to keep up with our demand for the leaves. This year I have 10 times more basil than I can use. I'm having to freeze most of it. The plants are the size of bushes. I've never seen basil this large. Additionally we had deer come in repeatedly and just destroy the garden, wipe the plants out all the way to the ground. The plants I treated with Mykos somehow managed to come back and produce fruit. It was amazing. The stuff really works and I won't plant without it from now on.

Edward C.

  

January 25, 2020

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I don't know how many doses are in here but it'll last a while, brings the actual cost of using it to 'totally negligible'.
I used it for a few transplants and a few days later I left one of them (A tomato) under the roof edge overnight and it rained and the plant ended up covered in dirt and particles for hours, wet in the sun - All of these things are bad, especially four-six days after a transplant. It showed no sign of stress at all, not from the transplant, not from the rain falling on it (off and on) for 12 hours, no burn from pure compost chunks flecked all over it.
The other plants, tomatoes and different pepper strains, didn't have such dramatic stories but they are all looking better than I'm used to. Leaf growth is exploding on two of the peppers but they were started in Air-Pots so the roots are perfect.

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