This is a good illustration of VAM fungi vectoring from one plant to another. In this case, some eggplants were treated with BioVam and Sweet Potatoes were planted between the eggplants. As the roots got close to one another, the Mycorrhizal fungi transferred (vectored) from one plant to the other. As you can see, Sweet Potatoes do quite well with BioVam's Mycorrhiza working in their roots. Each one of those giant sweet potatoes look like a couple of meals each!
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Hi folks, I may be prejudiced....but are these the most gorgeous kids you've ever seen? My kids and wife pulled these sweet potatoes out of my tomato garden (GRRR!). My wife planted them between my BioVam treated Thai Eggplants, and guess what happened? The Vam vectored over to them and look at the size of them!
I didn't grow tomatoes last season (except in a couple of containers) and so no fertilizer or care was given to them. The nutrients from two season ago were enough to get them this big.
What do you think?
September 10, 2001
Coral Springs, Florida
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