ECOVAM™ GXT Greenhousen is created using seven species of Endo- and Ectomycorrhiza, plus Trichoderma, Beneficial Bacteria, and Plant-Stimulating Peptides. The combination of these ingredients activates microbial activity and increases the nutrient uptake of the plant. The result is a more robust root system which produces a healthier plant with better growth and color, stronger disease and drought resistance, and insulation against transplant and transport shock.
- Endomycorrhiza – (Glomus intraradices, Glomus mosseae, Glomus deserticola, Glomus claroideum, Glomus etunicatum, Glomus micro aggregatum, Glomus clarium) – Attaches directly to the roots to increase root ball size, amount of root hairs, and nutrient uptake.
- Trichoderma – Insulates roots to fend off diseases and pests, increases enzymes and hormones in the plant, and increases the phosphorus and iron uptake.
- Beneficial Bacteria – Works within the soil to unblock pathways, break down soil nutrients, and kill harmful bacteria in the soil.
- Plant Stimulating Peptides – A natural biostimulant that enhances plant growth, improves plant health and growth, and promotes disease resistance.
Application: Use during planting and transplanting
Dip cuttings, bare root transplants: Mix in solution containing 0.25 lb to 2.0 lb of this
product per gallon of water (.03% to .25% solution)
Broadcast application: Mix 2.0 lb or 4.0 lb per acre in amount of spray solution to soak
in the top 1 inch of soil or apply 0.25 inch to 0.50 inch of irrigation water to the field
Banded Application: Mix 2.0 lb to 4.0 lb per banded acre in amount of spray solution to soak in the top 1 inch of soil or apply 0.25 inch to 0.50 inch of irrigation water to the field
Drench Application: Mix 2.0 oz to 7.0 oz per 100 gallon of water for drenching. Use the same mix ratio for backpack drenching.
Fertigation: Mix 2.0 to 4.0 lb per acre thru drip or overhead irrigation equipment with
enough water to thoroughly soak the plants.
- Plant Survival
- Root Growth
- Water Absorption
- Nutrient Uptake
- Plant Health
- Soil Health
- Disease Resistance
- Overall Yield
- Plant Loss
- Fertilizer Use
- Pesticides Use
- Heat Stress Damage
- Transplantation Stress
- Transportation Stress
- Irrigation Frequency
- Overall Shrinkage