Bio/Organics Endomycorrhizal Inoculant (1.5 Lb) - ISO709

$59.99
  • In stock. Ships from our warehouse in Northern California.

Contains 8 proven types of beneficial fungi in a micronized mineral carrier. Apply to transplant roots or dust on seeds, add to potting soil, or mix into water to drench nursery seedlings or lawns. Reclosable jar treats 250 larger transplants (grapes, trees), 2500 small plants (strawberries, tomatoes), 2500 sq.ft. lawn, or 1.5 acres of seeds. 2-year shelf life.

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We do our best to update our product's organic status, however the status of any product can change at anytime without notice from the manufacturer. Please confirm that the product is allowed by your certifying agency and that it's still on CDFA's organic input material list at cdfa.ca.gov

  • Item Model Number: ISO709
  • Shipping Dimensions: 6.5 x 3.5 x 3.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.75 pounds

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