[NAFEX] mycorrhizal fungi Ceapest source I've come across
tolenio at sentex.net
Mon Mar 8 09:09:08 EST 2004
In Canada myco fungi is readily available for home use in Myke products;
I first started seeing Myke products on the shelves 1-2 years ago. Average consumers still do not fully
understand myco fungi, and I have been able to buy Myke products very cheaply at the end of the spring season.
Even large (1 kilogram) containers cheaply.
For those in Ontario, when the Zehrs seasonal garden centers closed last spring, I purchased left over 1kg
containers of beneficial Myke myco fungi for $1.99. Outstanding. They are blends of myco fungi, some geared
to lawns, others trees, others vegetables.
Rodney Eveland wrote:
> I have never tried these people's product or anyone elses so try at
> your own risk. I am merely pointing out that this is a source of small
> quantities of fungi at a low cost. You must click on the words Myco
> Grow to see a description of the product you have chosen to look at.
> They aren't specific as to what variety you will be getting and other
> sources may be more precise. I will keep looking for other sources for
> a while and then try some fungi on my tomatoes this year. Maybe I'll
> even have a controll group and then check the difference in root
> growth in the fall.
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