The absolute majority of trees growing in nature already have mycorrhizal fungi on their roots. But in your garden and other man-made planting conditions, the beneficial fungi are usually not present, which is why the treatment with ECTOVIT® is so important.
ECTOVIT® was developed for the majority of coniferous (evergreen) trees and some deciduous (broad-leaved) trees.
- Pine, birch, beech, cedar, oak
- Eukalyptus*, hornbeam, hop hornbeam
- Fir, Douglas fir, rowan*, chestnut
- Linden tree (basswood), hazel tree, larch, alder*
- Spruce, poplar*, willow*
*) plants requiring 2 types of symbiosis. For best results, treat these trees with both ECTOVIT® and SYMBIVIT®
Not suitable for :
Some ornamental conifers like Thuya, Taxus (yew tree), Juniperus (juniper), Cupressus (cypress), Araucaria, Gingko, Sequoia, most fruit-bearing shrubs and trees. For all of the above, use the product SYMBIVIT®.
For ericaceous plants (heathers, Azaleas, blueberries, Rhododendrons and others) use the product RHODOVIT®.
Packaging:100 g, 300 g a 3 kg
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.
4 strains of mycorrhizal fungi on a liquid medium, 2 strains of mycorrhizal fungi on a peat-based carrier with ingredients supporting the development of mycorrhiza (humates, ground minerals, extracts from sea organisms), naturally degradable granules of a water-retaining gel.