Mycorhizae as a Bio fertilizer


Mycorrhizae is a symbiotic relationship in between fungi and vascular plant which can assimilate plant nutrients from soil and improve the nutrient uptake capability of plant.


Species: Glomus fasciculatum


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Mycorrhizae are present universally in soil. Mycorrhizae are obligate and saprophytic in nature which requires a living host for its survival. The Mycorrhizae start associating symbiotically with root of the plants. This helps in the absorption of water, Phosphorus solubilization and other essential macro and micro elements and makes them available to the plants inconsumable form.

Mineral nutrients such as Potassium, Calcium, Copper, Zinc and Iron are also assimilated more quickly and in greater amounts by the application of mycorrhizae.



Mycorrhizae is also believed to impart drought tolerance to plants and resistance to soil borne fungal pathogens through its symbiotic associative property.



Mycorrhizae is compatible with BioPesticides and other BioFertilizers.

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