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Nutrapathic Soil Restore with Mycorrhizal Stimulants

Nutrapathic Soil Restore with Mycorrhizal Stimulants 
Nutrapathic Soil Restore with Mycorrhizal Stimulants:
  • Mycorrhiza are naturally occurring beneficial fungi that attach to the plant root system, spreading filaments inside and outside of the roots, working as an extension to the root of almost every plant.
  • Mycorrhizal fungi protect roots from diseases, soil toxins and insects.
  • Mycorrhizal fungi improves soil structure, expands the soil area from which plants can absorb water.
  • Mycorrhizal fungi reduces fertilizer rate, mycorrhiza seeks out nutrients from a far greater soil area than the plant can access by itself and regulates the uptake of nutrients in response to the plant needs.
  • Mycorrhizal fungi increases growth response
  • Fungi are a largely responsible for stabilizing calcium. Soil low in fungi will permit calcium to leach.
  • When used with the Nutrapathic Liquid Bacteria Concentrate, you can begin to re-establish the fungal to bacteria ratios.
  • Application rate is 1 teaspoon per gallon of water.
 


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Nutrapathic Soil Restore with Mycorrhizal Stimulants (pint)
$39.95
Nutrapathic Soil Restore with Mycorrhizal Stimulants (quart)
$79.95
Nutrapathic Soil Restore with Mycorrhizal Stimulants (gallon)
$305.95

Nutrapathic Soil Restore with Mycorrhizal Stimulants:

Is your soil low in nutrients – or are they locked up in the soil? Does your soil test high in nutrients – but your crops test low?

Our topsoil, once rich with humus, organic matter, beneficial bacteria and minerals are being destroyed. The mineral content has been depleted by decades of chemical fertilizers, pesticides and continuous mono cropping – destroying the mycorrhiza fungi. Studies show that the vitamin and mineral content of today's food is depleted and many important nutrients are completely absent from the soil.

Chemicals interfere with the earth's energy in many ways, creating soil that is unable to transform nutrients “locked-up” in the soil. Plants grown in this type of soil are weak and low in essential nutrients, making them very prone to insect infestation. The contaminated soil becomes a better host for weeds than for crops creating a need for herbicides.

Studies show that once the soil's eco-cycle has been restored the soil can rebuild itself – creating a perfect medium for healthy, nutrient rich plants that are naturally resistant to disease. Nutrapathic Soil Restore was formulated to assist the process of putting biological matter back in the soil by stimulating mycorrhiza to grow. (Go to our Mycorrhiza page to learn more about the effects of mycorrhizal fungi and how it benefits the plants and soil)

When used with the Nutrapathic Liquid Bacteria Concentrate, you can begin to re-establish the fungal to bacteria ratios.

Nutrapathic Agricultural products are a supplement to a good fertility and farming program, not a replacement

Mycorrhiza are naturally occurring beneficial fungi that attach to the plant root system, spreading filaments inside and outside of the roots, working as an extension to the root of almost every plant. More than 90% of plant species form a symbiotic arrangement with beneficial soil fungi called mycorrhizal fungi. Soil fumigation, fungicides, tillage and overuse of synthetic fertilizers can destroy mycorrhizal fungi.
 

Mycorrhizae are fundamental to plant establishment, supplying the water and nutrients needed for survival and, in exchange, receiving essential sugars and other compounds supplied by the plant. There are two broad groups of mycorrhizae: Ectomycorrhizae, which are external modifications to the roots and Endomycorrhizae, which are structures formed within root cells.

Mycorrhizal fungi increase the surface absorbing area of roots 10 to 1,000 times, thereby, greatly improving the ability of plants to use soil resource. Mycorrhizal fungi also release powerful chemicals into the soil that will dissolve hard to capture nutrients such as phosphorous, iron etc and make them available to plants.
 
  • Mycorrhiza are naturally occurring beneficial fungi that attach to the plant root system, spreading filaments inside and outside of the roots, working as an extension to the root of almost every plant.
  • Mycorrhizal fungi protect roots from diseases, soil toxins and insects.
  • Mycorrhizal fungi improves soil structure, expands the soil area from which plants can absorb water.
  • Mycorrhizal fungi reduces fertilizer rate, mycorrhiza seeks out nutrients from a far greater soil area than the plant can access by itself and regulates the uptake of nutrients in response to the plant needs.
  • Mycorrhizal fungi increases growth response
  • Fungi are a largely responsible for stabilizing calcium. Soil low in fungi will permit calcium to leach.
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