Diehard Granular Mycorrhizae – Inoculant

Diehard Granular Mycorrhizae

Used with permission of Dr. Joe Morton, INVAM, WV Univ., Morgantown, WV Glomus intraradices sporulating in roots.

Used with permission of Dr. Joe Morton, INVAM, WV Univ., Morgantown, WV Glomus intraradices sporulating in roots.

Diehard Granular Mycorrhizae – Inoculant

50 LBS $408.15

25 LBS $217.95

10 LBS $160.00

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Diehard Granular Mycorrhizae in granular form  is similar to AM120 but contains more diverse strains,  including Glomus mosseae, Glomus intraradices, Glomus fasciculatum, Glomus dussii, Glomus Clarum, Glomus deserticola, and Glomus microaggregatum.

More strain diversity provides a higher chance that colonization will result because our strains colonize over a wide range of conditions that a single strain simply does not offer.

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Addendum — reasons why spores alone are dangerous for an inoculant:
1.  Spores degrade over time, even when dried
2.  For some species, spores are the only infective propagules and when they degrade the inocula are effectively dead
3.  For many species in Glomus, hyphae from root fragments can be up to 10X more infective than spores
4.  Root fragments, when dried, are not as susceptible to degradation as spores, especially in a formulation containing high organic matter
5.  Ergo (from 4 above), even if part of the inoculum degrades with storage, infective propagules still can be present for a longer period in a mixed inoculum formulation.

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