PROTOCOL FOR GREENHOUSE CROPS
I. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
A. APPLICATION IN NURSERY:
Mix BioVam as an amendment to bedding soils at a rate of one gallon (4 lbs)
per cubic yard of potting medium. If seedlings are grown in individual
liners or pots, each plant should receive approximately 1/2 teaspoon of
Inoculum. BioVam can be applied as a top dressing in container stock at
a rate of 2 teaspoons grams per container, watered in immediately.
Chemical or organic fertilizer may impair the symbiosis and cause unnecessary
delay in development of seedlings if added to potting soil when seeds or
cuttings are propagated. Organic materials that are high in fulvic and humic
acids are the most advantageous to the symbiosis.
If you pasteurize your soils,
keep in mind that temperatures above 110 F (45 C) may be lethal to the Mycorrhiza
Replace disapproved fertilizers with applications of nitrate-based chemical
fertilizers, e.g., we recommend Biosol Forte 7-2-1, or an equivalent organic fertilizer.
The fertilizer can also be applied individually at an application rate of
4 teaspoons per pot or liner. Avoid growth promoting foliar sprays that
contain phosphorous. Fish and seaweed-based products are recommended
as long as they fall within BioVam fertility guidelines... see our
Nutrient Levels and Precautions
All recommendations about dosage represent a minimum amount. Increased dosages
will add to speed and effectiveness of BioVam's work on the roots of your
plants. Streptomyces soil bacteria, tricaderma fungi and other bio-control
agents may be introduced through sprinkler injection. Insect control
should be achieved by using effective integrated pest control measures (IPM)
whenever possible. This means the use of beneficial insects, botanical insecticides
or other environmentally sensitive alternatives are recommended.
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