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Old April 4, 2018   #1
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Has anyone used "Soil Moist root-dip"TM in any of their greenhouse/high tunnel or potted plant growing? have you seen any benefit from using it? it has endo and ectomycorrhizal fungi in it.
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No, but this will be the third year I've used this product.

https://www.greenviewfertilizer.com/...x#.WsU3XGQzB8E

I soak all my transplants in it just before planting. Contains Bacillus pumilus and humic acid.

When planting seed I put the seed in the ground, wet the seed with the solution and cover (improves germination rate and sprout vigor). Then when the plants have their first true leaves I apply a drench to the plants. Works for me at little cost. Claud
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I see there are different products for trees, shrubs vs plants, which is a good thing, as they are different organisms. More specifics and what sprays not to use if you click on Form E.
http://www.soilmoist.com/products/my...l/root-dip.php

The only thing I've used for bare root shrubs or trees is kelp solution dip - not mycos but works well - and kelp solution to water tomatoes in the greenhouse, for the transplant stress.
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