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WHAT ARE MYCORRHIZAE?

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Mycorrhizae are symbiotic relationships between beneficial soil fungi and the roots of a plant. The fungus colonizes the root system and helps it find nutrients, protects it from pathogens, and in some cases allows plants to then “communicate” with one another by passing nutrients and resources through the fungal network.

Bio-tone® Starter Plus is an organic fertilizer which contains beneficial bacteria and 2 types of mycorrhizae. Use it with your fall plantings to give them a jump start NOW, so they’re ready and flourishing next Spring!

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