Trifecta Myco Supreme
Trifecta Myco Supreme
Myco Supreme utilizes the robust spores of our endomycorrhizal strain Rhizophagus irregularis. R. irregularis is the most widely studied mycorrhizal strain, to date, and is known specifically for its compatibility with a wide range of plant hosts.
Only one application is necessary.
- 2 oz treats 16 plants
- 6 oz treats 54 plants
- 13 oz treats 114 plants
Myco Supreme utilizes the robust spores of our endomycorrhizal strain Rhizophagus Irregularis. R. Irregularis is the most widely studied mycorrhizal strain, to date, and is known specifically for its compatibility with a wide range of plant hosts.
Why Choose Myco Supreme?
Repeated trials have been conducted using our patented Rhizophagus Irregularis strain against other major producers of mycorrhiza in North America showing a root colonization rate up to 25% higher, proving its superiority.
Our bio-encapsulated spores are guaranteed alive and fresh, with a shelf life of 2 years or more. Most mycorrhizae products use propagules, which rapidly lose their effectiveness with age and if not stored at proper temperatures.
Myco Supreme contains 50 spores per gram, which is the equivalent of 5000 propagules per gram. Most mycorrhizae products on the market contain less than 900 propagules per gram. When it comes to concentration, there’s no comparison!
How to Use
Use in soil pots or beds, indoor, outdoor, or greenhouses for herbs, vegetables, and fruiting & flowering plants. With all growing mediums, only ONE application of Myco Supreme is required.
Add Myco Supreme directly to the growing medium so the mycorrhizal spores make good contact with the plant’s roots. Set the plant and backfill. Be sure to water plants well after transplanting. If transplanting into Rockwool, poke several small holes into the bottom of the transplant hole in the large cube. Add Myco Supreme into the hole, shaking the material down into the extrusions.
How Does Myco Supreme Work?
Rhizophagus irregularis can greatly improve a plant’s ability to thrive in less-than-optimal soil conditions, primarily by improving nutrient lockout due to pH imbalances.
In optimal soil conditions, it improves nutrient uptake and creates strong and healthy root systems, resulting in more drought and pest-resistant plants, as well as higher yields.