The beneficial effect of RHODOVIT® is based on a relationship between plants and mycorrhizal soil fungi. These friendly fungi connect to plant roots, grow an additional network of fine fibres into the soil and bring water and nutrients to the plant. They support the plant for its entire life.
The use of RHODOVIT® works extremely well especially with Rhododendrons, because these plants naturally have a weak, non-resistant roots system and mycorrhizal fungi extend it and provide the plant with everything it needs. Good gardeners know that because of their shallow root systems, Rhododendrons are susceptible to either too much or too little water. It is also crucial to resupply them with nutrients very frequently. You can make your Rhododendrons much more resistant and in most cases prevent these problems with the use of RHODOVIT®.
But RHODOVIT® is not only a great supplement for Rhododendrons, but is also performs excellently with blueberries. Past tests, trials and large-scale business applications have proved its positive effect on the size and taste of the fruit, so if you decided to grow blueberries, RHODOVIT® is the essential partner for you.
For flowering plants, house pot plants, fruit trees and some ornamental trees, use the product SYMBIVIT®. For most coniferous trees and some broed-leaved trees, use the product ECTOVIT®.
Avoid using excessive amounts of chemical fertilizers. You do not have to stop using them, but large amounts of soluble chemicals usually harm mycorrhizal fungi. Do not overdose your plants with chemicals. Also, most systemic fungicides kill fungi in early stages of development. We recommend not using them during the first 3 weeks after application of mycorrhizal products.
The product does not contain genetically engineered organisms. It degrades naturally in the soil and does not leave any toxic residue. Does not pollute surface or ground water.
3 strains of mycorrhizal fungi on a liquid medium, a peat-based substrate with ingredients supporting the development of mycorrhiza (humates, ground minerals, extracts from sea organisms), naturally degradable granules of a water-retaining gel.
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