Mycorrhiza fungi bridge between the soil and the roots of host plants and work in cooperation with other microorganisms to produce many benefits:
Organisms such as insect pests or fungal diseases may be inhibited from affecting the host plant as the health of the plant is raised.
Soil structure is modified by mycorrhiza fungi and fine root intrusion.
Fungal and root intrusion into the soil allows water and air into the soil. The increased biomass of fungi and roots can hold more water.
Nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, zinc and iron are streamed into host plants by the Mycorrhiza fungi in higher quantities than what the plants own roots are capable of taking up, resulting in a significant biological health growth response.
Mycorrhizal fungi collect nutrients from the soil and have a sustaining effect in supplying those nutrients to their host plants. That steady supply of nutrients encourage a peaking of the biological health growth response in plants.
The mycorrhiza fungi and other micro and macro-organisms which like to be in the presence of mycorrhiza, work to decompose organic matter to assist in significant plant growth.
Mycorrhiza fungi are also known to consume pollutants in the soils and thus minimize the negative effects of those pollutants upon host plants. The effects of saline soils or petroleum derived pollutants have less effect on plants treated with BioVam Mycorrhiza.
This high performing product includes natural proprietary materials exclusive to BioVam. It is 100% non-toxic, and environmentally and ecologically safe.
BioVam goes to work on plants to:
Amplify growth and intensify development.
Develop resistance to plant diseases by improving plant's natural immune system.
Reduce transplant losses and planting shock.
Increase tolerance to drought, soil salinity, and polluted soil conditions.
Reduce the need for inputs such as fertilizers and pest controls.
Increase nutrient and water absorption.
Inoculation Inoculating with BioVam is easy. To achieve beneficial results, the roots must be put in physical contact with the BioVam. The amount of BioVam used depends largely on the type of application. Generally, however, only a tablespoon of BioVam is required to inoculate most plants, including nursery container stocks.
Long-Term Benefits BioVam puts back natural soil organisms into the ground that have been damaged by overuse of chemicals. BioVam's "magic" works best in the poorest of soils, making it possible to grow crops where before it was thought to be impossible. Because BioVam reduces the need for heavy use of fertilizers, pest controls and other inputs, BioVam has become the product of choice among an increasing number of vineyards, nurseries, and growers.