RHS empathy rootgrow
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For trees, shrubs, roses, edibles. Rootgrow mycorrhizal fungi. RHS Gardeners Endorse rootgrow\u2122. RHS gardeners find plants treated with rootgrow\u2122: Have superior plant establishment with better natural vigour. Overcome replant problems more successfully. Have better developed root systems. Are better able to cope with conditions of drought. The benefits of mycorrhizal fungi are well documented. Plantworks and the RHS intend to work together in the future to expand upon this knowledge and to better understand how the application of mycorrhizal fungi will benefit specific groups of plants. Rootgrow\u2122 is grown in the UK and contains: natural mineral carriers, species of UK origin arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and ectomycorrhizal fungi. Within 4 weeks many plants will grow a huge secondary root system which will support them for their lifetime. The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) the world's leading gardening charity is dedicated to advancing horticulture and promoting good gardening. Our goal is to help people who share a passion for plants, to encourage excellence in horticulture and inspire all those with an interest in gardening. The RHS gardeners recognise the importance of reducing dependence on chemical fertilisers and pesticides and acknowledge the many benefits of using UK origin mycorrhizal fungi in the garden. The Royal Horticultural Society. RHS Registered Charity No: 222879/SC038262. www.rhs.org.uk
- Rootgrow can be used with:Trees and Shrubs, Roses, Vegetables, Seeds and BulbsHow to useContainer and plug plantsSprinkle rootgrow evenly into the planting hole. Only treat the base of the hole the plant will sit in (it is not necessary to treat the sides). The rootgrow granules should be in direct contact with the roots when placing into the pre-dug hole.Seeds and bulbsTo treat seeds, bulbs, sets and seed potatoes etc. Sprinkle along the seed drill or add a pinch of granules just below the position of each seed or bulb. Cover with a small amount of soil and sow or plant as normal. When the roots grow they will push through the layer of mycorrhizal fungi and become colonised.Application ratesPot size: 2L, No. of 10ml scoops: 2, No. of plants treated: 19, Treatment ml: 20Pot size: 5L, No. of 10ml scoops: 4,No. of plants treated: 9, Treatment ml: 40Pot size: 10L/15L, No. of 10ml scoops: 7, No. of plants treated: 5, Treatment ml: 70Pot size: 25L, No. of 10ml scoops: 12, No. of plants treated: 3, Treatment ml: 120Pot size: 50L, No. of 10ml scoops: 16, No. of plants treated: 2, Treatment ml: 160Pot size: 100L, No. of 10ml scoops: 32, No. of plants treated: 1, Treatment ml: 320Additional informationRootgrow can be used in conjunction with slow release or slow acting natural fertilisers. The mycorrhizal fungi are unaffected by most commercially available fungicides although these should be avoided in the first 4 weeks after the application of rootgrow.Rootgrow does not work on Brassicas, Rhododendrons, Azaleas, Heathers, Cranberries or Blueberries.
Once opened store in a cool dry place. If stored correctly the product can be used up to 1 year after opening.