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Those mycorrhizal fungi open up revolutionary possibilities for the use of this unique technology in professional plant cultivation.

Technology of high quality mycorrhizal products based on soil-less production method enabling maximum purity of spores.

Unique method of most effective inoculation of the seeds.

Advantages of using mycorrhizal fungi

Natural cultivation
without chemicals

Reduced need of
watering and fertilizing

Increasing the
resistence of plants

Balanced growth
and high fertility

Increase of
beneficial substances

of a lifetime

What is mycorrhiza?

In a nutshell, it is a mutually beneficial partnership between plants and some soil fungi. This partnership was invented by nature itself, to help plants grow better and be more resistant to environmental stress. But let us give you a detailed description of this fascinating symbiosis, as scientists call it.

Conventional treatment

The plant is inefficient at
extracting water and nutrients
from the soil.

Soil is unstable and prone to
erosion due to small root system.

Water and fertilisers leak without
being used by the plant. Chemical
fertilisers are usually washed away
and pollute ground water.

The SYMBIOM® system

Mykorrhiza connects to plant
roots and extends the root system, bringing water and nutrients.

Mycorrhizal fibres aggregate
soil, prevent erosion and keep
the soil stable.

PLANTASORB® absorbs availible soil moisture
and then supplies it to the plant in times of drought.

CONAVIT®, a completely natural slow-release
fertisiler, can't be washed away, it stays close to
the roots throughtout the whole season.

Find out which of our products
is suitable for your plants.


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