With and Without the Soil Secrets Protocol
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With and Without the Soil Secrets Protocol

The close up of seed was done in our lab where we treated some of the seed with our EndoMaxima mycorrhizal spores and did not treat some.  

The seed was planted in clear plastic books so we could see the roots and the fungal growth on the roots.  The seed that’s germinating was at day 3 while the non treated seed at day three is not showing the same amount of germination.  

This is a mycorrhizal only test.  

The wheat fields showing two fields comparing is with Ag Grade TerraPro and EndoMaxima being used on the treated field.  

The image showing roots was taken with our soil camera and the image with lots of roots also shows the mycorrhizal roots as tiny hairs crossing over to the bigger plant hair roots.  

The image with only one root and without all the roots was the book not treated with EndoMaxima.  Both images were taken at the same soil depth and timeline.

Using EndoMaxima
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Using EndoMaxima

 The Endo type mycorrhizal fungi, also known as VAM for Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizae are a category of mycorrhiza that associate with the majority of plants on Earth.  

They are generalists which means that any species of Endo can associate with any plant species with only modest differences in who favors who.  

The spores of the Endo type mycorrhizae are huge in comparison to the Ecto type and are not airborne like the Ecto’s.  Being so large they also do not move easily through the soil, since the soil’s porosity is smaller than the spores, therefore putting them on the surface does not work very well.  

The way to use them is to dust the seed before planting or dust the roots of transplants before planting.  The spores need to be in direct contact with the seed or the root of the potential host plant. 

 Again, dusting the spores dry onto the seed or the roots is the best way to use a mycorrhizal product.