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Endo 120 MSDS

(Glomus intraradices)

Mycorrhizal fungi form the foundation of ecosystem function in most terrestrial vegetation. A network of mycorrhizal fungi permeates the soil and interconnects the roots systems, including different plant species.

These beneficial fungi mediate nutrient cycling and other soil processes, create a diverse flora, and play a key role repairing damaged soil.

Saying mycorrhizal fungi are important is a serious understatement. It is more accurate to say that mycorrhizal fungi are ESSENTIAL for ecosystem function.

Because these fungi are vulnerable to damage, they are often missing from weedy, eroded, or overgrazed land, and always missing from freshly graded land. It takes months or years for these fungi to return on their own.

Meanwhile, the site is not suited for anything but a few colonizing species, often weeds. Applying bulk, granular END0120 MYCORRHIZAE when planting or sowing is a beneficial treatment for most disturbed sites.

Benefits of Mycorrhizal Inoculation:

  • A self sustaining ecosystem
  • Better soil structure and permeability
  • Greater nutrient & moisture uptake resulting in faster plant growth
  • Documented increases of up to 500% in seedling survival
  • Resistance to invasive species Greater plant diversity

Where to use:

Any disturbed soils where microbial activity is low and plant species that form symbiotic relationships with mycorrhizae are to be reintroduced.

(A list of economically important plants responding to ENDO 120-Mycorrhizae is included on the reverse.)

List of Economically Important Plants Responding to ENDO 120 - Mycorrhizae

Acacia Bulbs, all Fern Maples Rose
Agapanthus Burning Bush Fig Marigold Russian Olive
Alder Cactus Forsythia Mesquile Sagebrush
Almond Cassara Fushia Mimosa Sequoia
Apple Ceanothus Gardenia Morning Glory Snapdragon
Apricot Cedar Geranium Mountain Laurel Sourwood
Arauceria Cherry Grapes Nasturtium Strawberry
Artichoke Chinese Tallow Grasses, all Olive Sumac
Ash Chrysanthemum Green Ash Palms Sweet Gum
Asparagus Citrus, all Hibiscus Peach Sycamore
Avocado Coconut Holly Pecan Taxus
Bamboo Coral Tree Impatiens Pistachio Tea
Banana Cottonwood Jojoba Pittosporum Walnut
Bayberry Creosote Bush Juniper Plum Willow
Begonia Cypress Kiwi Podocarpus Yucca
Black Locust Dogwood Ligustrum Poinsetta  
Box Elder Elder Magnolia Poplar  
Boxwood Euonymus Mahonia Raphiolepis  
Brazilian Rubber Eucalyptus Mango Redwood