Granular Plus Mycorrhizae, 2 lb

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Granular Plus Mycorrhizae, 2 lb

GreenGro Granular Plus Mycorrhizae

Fortified with kelp, humic acid and beneficial bacteria.

GreenGro's granular microbe product has the highest concentration of beneficial ingredients on the market. Same great formula as the ultrafine blend, but intended for soil based applications. GreenGro Granular Plus can be applied at time of transplant for season long lasting benefits. It is also a great ingredient in compost teas and soil mixes.


Soil Amending:

  • Glomus intraradices: 100 spores per g.
  • Glomus deserticola: 25 spores per g.
  • Glomus etunicatum: 25 spores per g.
  • Glomus clarum: 25 spores per g.

Beneficial Bacteria:

  • Bacillus subtilis: 15 X 109 CFUs per g.
  • Bacillus licheniformis: 5.5 X 109 CFUs per g.
  • Bacillus amyloliquefaciens: 3.75 X 109 CFUs per g.
  • Bacillus thuringiensis: 6.25 X 108 CFUs per g.
  • Bacillus polymyxa: 2.5 X 108 CFUs per g.

10% Humic Acid (Derived from Leonardite)


Directions for Use:

    Soil Applications

  • Pour a tablespoon in each potting hole, or mix product liberally into the top 4-6 inches of soil (higher doses can be applied

    Hydro Applications

  • Put 1 tablespoon of product in a tea bag and place in net pots around the root zone.


If stored in a cool, dry environment, product will stay viable for 24 months.

Mycorrhizae, pronounced My-core-rhy-zee, are a soil fungus that establish a symbiotic relationship with a plant’s roots to maximize absorption of water and beneficial nutrients. Mycorrhizal inoculants are a sustainable way to enhance your gardens natural biological processes. GreenGro™ Mycorrhizae, breathe life into your soil™

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  • 5
    Greengro granular Myco

    Posted by Craftcannamike on May 1st 2020

    I've used almost every microbial inoculant on the market and this product by far has gave me the most noticeable results, helps break down my super soil and provide plants with all the nutrients they need, most people don't understand plants cannot take up organic nutrients by themselves plants form a symbiotic relationship with beneficial fungi and trichoderma

  • 5
    Excellent Product

    Posted by Jeff C on Apr 29th 2018

    Unbelievable product! Highly recommended.