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Plants that benefit from BioVam Mycorrhiza
This is a Partial List of Plants benefited by BioVam

Under the right biological conditions, all plants can be colonized by endomycorrhza fungi.  Endomycorrhiza fungi is not plant species specific.  These statements and many others of importance can be found in the book titled, "Mycorrhizal Symbiosis, Second Edition, S.E. Smith and D.J. Read, Academic Press, 1997".

Acacia, Agapanthus, Ailanthus, Alder, Alfalfa, Almond, Apple, Apricot, Artichoke, Ash, Asparagus, Avocado, Bamboo, Banana, Basil, Bayberry, Bean, Begonia, Black Locust, Blackberry, Box Elder, Boxwood, Buckeye, Bulbs (all), Burning Bush, Cacao, Cactus, Camellia, Carrot, Cassava, Catalpa, Ceanothus, Celery, Cherry, Chokeberry,  Chrysanthemum, Citrus (all), Clover, Coconut, Coffee, Coral Tree, Corn, Cotton, Cottonwood, Crabapple, Cryptomeria, Cucumber, Currant, Cypress, Dogwood, Eggplant, Elm, Euonymus, Fern, Fescue, Fig, Forsythia, Fountain Grass, Fuschia, Gardenia, Garlic, Geranium, Ginko, Grapes (all), Grass, Gum, Hackberry, Hawthorne,   Hibiscus, Holly, Hophornbeam, Hornbeam, Horsechestnut, Impatiens, Jojoba, Juniper, Kiwi, Leek, Lettuce, Lily, Locust, London, Magnolia, Mahogany, Mahonia, Mango, Maples (all), Marigold, Melons (all), Mesquite, Millet, Mimosa, Morning Glory, Mulberry, Monkeypod,  Nasturtium, Okra, Olive, Onion, Pacific Yew, Palms (all), Palmetto, Pampas Grass, Papaya, Paulownia, Passion Fruit, Paw Paw, Pea, Peach, Peanut, Pear, Pecan, Pepper, Pistachio, Persimmon, Pittosporum, Plum, Poinsettia, Potato, Poplar, Raintree, Raphiolepis, Raspberry, Redbud, Redwood, Rice, Rose, Russian Olive, Ryegrass, Sagebrush, Sassafras, Serviceberry, Sourwood, Soybean, Squash (all), Strawberry, Sudan Grass, Sugar Cane, Sumac, Sunflower, Sweet Gum, Sweet Potato, Sycamore, Tea, Tobacco, Tomato, Tree-of-heaven, Tupelo, Walnut, Wheat, Yam, Yellow Poplar, Yucca.

Note: Plants in the following families respond to ecto Mycorrhizae*:

Heath (Erlcaceae), Cedar & Pine (Pinaceae), Oak (Fagaceae), Birch (Betulaceae), Carnation (Caryophyllaceae),

Note: Plants in the following families do not respond to endo or ecto Mycorrhizae*:

Sedge (Cyperaceae), Rush (juncaceae), Orchid (Orchidacea), Protea (Proteaceae), Mustard, Cabbage (Brassica), Beet (Chenopodiaceae), and Eucalyptus (Myrtaceae).

* Mycorrhizal fungi can be "endo' (within the root), or "ecto' (on the outside of the root). BioVam contains both endomycorrhiza and ectomycorrhiza.  For plant families that are generally considered non-mycorrhizal, there can be exceptions.  For example, Hercules Cabbage (Brassica family) can be colonized by endomycorrhiza fungi.

Note: Even though the non-mycorrhizal food producing plants are not benefited by mycorrhizal fungi, we have found the other organisms in BioVam will benefit all plants.  So don't hesitate to put BioVam on cabbage, spinach, radishes, etc.   Those non-mycorrhizal plants will perform much better with BioVam applied to their roots or seeds.


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