Beneficial Biologics Root Bloom - Myco-Bacterial Inoculant *DISCONTINUED*

Beneficial Biologics Root Bloom is a premium endomycorrhizal and bacterial innoculant that boasts multiple strains of endomycorrhizae that allow the plant and soil to choose which species best suits them. Root Bloom also has10 growth-promoting rhizobacteria, making this a truly beneficial inoculant.

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Name Beneficial Biologics Root Bloom - Myco-Bacterial Inoculant *DISCONTINUED*
Brand Beneficial Biologics
MSRP $69.99
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ROOT BLOOM Premium Endomycorrhizae and Bacterial Inoculant – All the goods without the filler.

Pure Endos

Most other blends available are a mix of endos and ectos (and are predominately ectos). 85% of plant species form a relationship with endomycorrhizae, whereas only 10% form a relationship with Ectomycorrhizae (and most of these are trees). Root Bloom offers you the option to inoculate your short-crop annuals with what they need, and not waste your money on the wrong organisms! Built on the principle modeled in nature that diversity is the key to success… Beneficial Biologics chose a formula with multiple endomycorrhizae strains to allow the plant and soil to choose what species best suites it.

MycTo Trichoderma or Not To Trichoderma?
Beneficial Biologics have consciously chosen to omit Trichoderma harzianum from their formula. Although this organism has been shown to have beneficial uses, there are studies that bring into question its relationship with mycorrhizae. Some studies indicate that it may adversely affect the colonization rate of mycorrhizae on the plant's roots. For this reason, Beneficial Biologics thought it unwise to add Trichoderma to our formula. If the goal is to inoculate mycorrhizae, why would we want an organism in there that stands in the way of this goal?

Glomus intraradices (55 prop/gm)
Glomus mosseae (55 prop/gm)
Glomus aggregatum (55 prop/gm)
Glomus etunicatum (55 prop/gm)
Glomus clarum (5.5 prop/gm)
Glomus monosporum (5.5 prop/gm)
Glomus brazilianum (5.5 prop/gm)
Glomus deserticola (5.5 prop/gm)
Gigaspora margarita (6.5 prop/gm)

-Bacillus pumilis – 2,300,000 CFU/gm has been shown to inhibit certain pathogenic fungi
-Bacillus coagulans – 2,300,000 CFU/gm phosphorus solubilizer
-Bacillus megaterium – 2,300,000 CFU/gm phosphorus solubilizer
-Bacillus licheniformis – 2,300,000 CFU/gm digests proteins in the soil, especially feathermeal
-Bacillus azotoformans – 2,300,000 CFU/gm reduces excess nitrates in the soil
-Bacillus thuringiensis – 2,500,000 CFU/gm acts as a larvacide of certain pests
-Paenibacillus polymyxa – 2,300,000 CFU/gm fixes atmospheric nitrogen into a plant usable form
-Paenibacillus durum – 2,300,000 CFU/gm converts ammonia into nitrates
-Azotobacter chroococcum – 2,500,000 CFU/gm powerful nitrogen fixer
-Pseudomonas aureofaceans – 2,200,000 CFU/gm thrives in clay soils

-Sacchromyces cervisiae – 2,200,000 CFU/gm