Bryant RedHawk wrote:Like Kevin mentions, mychorrizal fungi and inoculation only work on either bare root plants or seeds for best results.
A mycorrhizal culture would be activated mycorrhizae and would work best by dipping bare root plants into the solution just prior to planting out.
mycorrhizae live inside and between plant root cells, here they process minerals and other nutrients and make it possible for the roots to draw these items into and up the plant systemic system.
It is possible to add mycorrhizae to already planted trees and plants it takes about 2 gallons (8 liters) of solution per square foot of soil surface to get good connections this way.
Bryant RedHawk wrote:You and I are in pretty much the same boat (ground saturation wise) kai, on my way into the city today I took a look at the bridge supports and they are just about underwater, the Arkansas river is going to peak at the historic 200 year level or higher since we are going to get another 4 to 6 inches of rain today and tomorrow and then next Monday through Thursday. This is going to end up being the wettest winter/spring on history for Arkansas, it isn't there yet but we will see this happen if things keep going as they currently are going. I am very happy that I live on a mountain top.
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