DYNOMYCO improves plant nutrient, mineral and water uptake, which translates to: healthier plants and higher yields!
Increases Yields and Improves Root & Plant Nutrient Uptake
DYNOMYCO effectively inoculates plants with vigorous endomycorrhizal fungi. Mycorrhizae improve plant nutrient uptake, which translates to healthier, more resilient plants, higher quality, and higher yields!
Six Sizes Available
DYNOMYCO is available in six sizes, for convenient use at home or on your farm. DYNOMYCO contains 900 propagules per gram of Glomus intraradices (A.K.A. Rhizophagus intraradices) and Glomus mosseae (A.K.A. Funneliformis mosseae). This high potency ensures effective inoculation and results that you will see!
Support Plant Health
DYNOMYCO mycorrhizal inoculants will protect your plants from environmental stress and allow them to thrive in various growing conditions.
Improve Plant Nutrient Uptake
DYNOMYCOs beneficial fungi help your plant absorb more nutrients. The fungi latch onto the plant roots and effectively extend them to access nutrients otherwise unavailable to the plant.
Grounded In Science
DYNOMYCO is based on thirty years of research, by a team of agronomists and plant and soil experts. We understand mycorrhizal fungi and the great impact they have on plants, which are considered obligate mycotrophs.
Maximize Plant Potential
DYNOMYCO is highly-concentrated, containing large amounts of endomycorrhizal propagules which help your plants realize their full potential in terms of yields and overall plant health.
What is Mycorrhizae?
Mycorrhiza is a symbiotic relationship between fungi and plants. The microscopic fungi latch onto plant roots and extend them in an underground web. This symbiosis helps the plant access nutrients and water that would otherwise be unavailable.
Q: What types of mycorrhizal fungi are in DYNOMYCO?
A: DYNOMYCO is the product of thirty years of Israeli research. The species and strains that make up its active ingredients were carefully screened specifically for flower. Glomus intraradices and Glomus mosseae, the active ingredients in DYNOMYCO mycorrhizal inoculants, are naturally-occurring arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) that have been identified and well-researched as powerful and effective plant symbionts that enhance nutrient uptake and water absorption and protect plants against various types of stress. DYNOMYCO® contains an especially vigorous strain of Glomus intraradices that was originally isolated from the harsh conditions of the Israeli Negev desert, along with additional strains of Glomus intraradices and Glomus mosseae from other territories, to ensure quick acclimation to other soil and media types and climates.
Q: Does DYNOMYCO contain genetically-modified organisms (GMO)?
A: No! DYNOMYCO contains only naturally-occurring (non-GMO) fungi. Based on over 400 million years of evolution, natural mycorrhizal fungi are already well-adapted to help 90% of all plant species, without the need for any genetic modification. We’ve selected and screened the strains of fungi we use to optimize cultivation without any need of modifying or altering them. DYNOMYCO® is as natural as it gets and is Clean Green Certified!
Q: Why choose DYNOMYCO over other mycorrhizae products?
A: Not all mycorrhizal inoculants are created equally! Our unique production process results in a premium mycorrhizal inoculant, which truly stands out among the competition:
Q: What is the difference between endomycorrhizae and ectomycorrhizae?
A: Endomycorrhizal fungi, otherwise known as arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF), physically penetrate the cortical cells of plant roots, thus directly availing the plant with nutrients. Ectomycorrhizal fungi typically do not penetrate the plant root, but rather wrap around the root tips. Endomycorrhizae occur in 90% of all vascular plant species and are especially relevant in the initial stages of plant growth. Ectomycorrhizae are only relevant for 10% of vascular plants, mostly trees and woody plants such as birch, eucalyptus, oak, pine and other hardwood trees and contribute to later plant growth stages in those plants. Ectomycorrhizal fungi do not form symbiotic relationships with the plant at all, and adding it to your growing operation will not help your plants absorb more nutrients or water!
Q: If there are already natural mycorrhizal fungi in the soil, why inoculate?
A: It is difficult to know specifics regarding natural mycorrhizal fungi already in the soil without specialized testing which describes the species, amounts and ratios, as well as how far away the most beneficial mycorrhizal fungi are from the roots of your plants. These uncertainties may delay the formation of mycorrhizae with the plant roots and cause your plants to miss critical benefits during this time. In addition, there is no guarantee that the mycorrhizal fungi in your native soil have symbiotic relationships with the plant. The fungi in DYNOMYCO have proven symbiotic relationships with flower and are the best way to guarantee inoculation.
Q: What is the shelf life of DYNOMYCO?
A: DYNOMYCO has a two year shelf life at the concentrations stated on the label. After two years degradation of the fungi may occur. Each product has a “best if used by” date on the packaging.
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