Mycorrhizal Mix
Mycorrhizal Mix

Mycorrhizal Mix

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Our Mycorrhizal Mix is designed to create the perfect environment for mycorrhizal fungi to thrive. Plant roots only have access to about 1-2% of the soil profile. That means 98% of nutrients and minerals within the soil are unavailable to your crop. Thankfully, God designed healthy soils with fungi that can live in the soil profile connecting to plant roots. These mycorrhizal fungi mine nutrients unavailable to the plant root and give them to the plant in return for sugar. This mix is designed with plants that interact with mycorrhizal fungi and promote life in your soil. If you are looking to reduce input costs and make use of what is already in your soil, this mix is for you!

This product is pre-inoculated with GreenMerge and Rhizo-Fixer Plus, to increase the biological activity in your soil. 
  • GreenMerge is a seed applied inoculant derived from natural products designed to stimulate seed germination, increase root and biological biomass in the soil, and improve soil structure. OMRI status has been applied for and is pending. 
  • Rhizo-Fixer Plus Inoculant contains multiple families of nitrogen-fixing rhizobia bacteria plus Azospirillum Brasiliense (free living N fixer) and two phosphorus-solubilizing bacteria, Pantoea Eucalypti and Pseudomonas Baetica. 
Note these inoculants are NOT currently OMRI approved, however many of our certified organic customers have received approval to use these products. Please contact your certifier and refer to these documents before using this product on organic certified land.


Mung Beans, Common Vetch, Crimson Clover, Hybrid Pearl Millet, Spring Oats, Spring Forage Barley, Spring Lentil, Forage Sorghum, Flax, Sunflower, Baldy Safflower, and Phacelia

Planting Instructions

Drill seed at 3/4" to 1" depth or broadcast and lightly incorporate when soil temperatures are 55 degrees or higher. Plant
This online tool shows soil temperature for your area. Read this article for more info: When Can I Start Planting?


Planting can occur mid-spring through the end of summer. For best results and maximum diversity, plant after the last frost but before summer heats sets in.

Seeding Rate

Plant 45 pounds per acre when seeding with a no-till drill or other planting implement and 60 pounds per acre when broadcasting.

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