I am glad to hear you speak of this as I have some already and intend on using it next year. Do you soak your seeds in it too? How, when and how often do you use it on your plants etc.
Thanks and here is what i cut an pasted below about the product I have.
Re:Microrhyzal communities and their relation to the Cosmos.... 1 Year, 9 Months ago
I bought some of the same stuff Classicfur was using and recommended back then. The lady on the phone at the company was really nice to talk to. She had a wealth of knowledge about the product. I have only used it in some of my plantings and have yet to determine if there is a difference since I have not used it for very long. There is a water soluble powder that you mix a small amount of powder with water and it goes a long. There is a granulated product that you can broadcast. I bought the water soluble product and soaked my seeds with it. The water soluble product that you mix is also good for foliage application as well where the granulated is only good for broadcasting on the ground. Kelly send me a trial size bottle of the granulated for free. Both have merit thou.
Here is the _link_ to the Plant Helper product.
I cut and pasted this below from Classicfur's post:
I purchased some of the TRICHODERMA ATROVIRIDE direct from the manufacturer and was able to talk to Kelly, one of the head people and she was alot of help with questions I had. And they will sell small quantities and a small amount will cover a large area.
Here is some of Ampac TRICHODERMA ATROVIRIDE pages:
I feel that the biggest advantage with the TRICHODERMA ATROVIRIDE is that it can get growing in the cold soil before the bad fungi has a chance to start growing in the spring.
I'm pretty excited to see the results of using this product.
If you click on the
and click on the next page it will show you Pictures and results of when this product is used on specifically on GINSENG. The second _link_ below shows some impressive results of roots that have been treated with the product verses roots that have not.
Makes me wonder why I do not use it on every seed I plant from here on out with results like these.