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MikoLife 10 kg

MikoLife is a unique biological product consisting of spores of microorganisms of the family Glomus mossaea, which form a symbiosis of plant roots (combined with fungal mycelium), which significantly increases the area of ​​moisture absorption by the plant with its soluble nutrients.



Mycorrhizal formations with the help of special attachments-suckers are attached to the root system of the plant. They have the appearance of a cover of mycelium, which gradually penetrates deep into the main root of the plant, lying deeper than the main layer of roots. It is this symbiosis that serves as a secondary root system, which makes it possible to feed on a stationary part of the humus.



MikoLife should be applied in the recommended amount by mixing the soil or soil mixture with granules during the initial planting. Or (if the plant has already been planted) by "drilling" the pits, ie removing the soil around the stem circle, to a depth as close as possible to the root system at a distance of 10-12 cm from each other pits - and thus fill the granules, wrapping the ground.
Дуже важливим фактором ефективної співпраці грибу та коріння  - є внесення гранул  якомога ближче до кореневої системи рослини. Гранули повинні мати з коренем прямий контакт. MikoLifeможна використовувати під час ВСЬОГО життєвого циклу рослини.


A very important factor in the effective cooperation of the fungus and the roots is the introduction of granules as close as possible to the root system of the plant. The granules must be in direct contact with the root. MikoLife can be used throughout the life cycle of the plant.


- agriculture: growing melons, cereals, fruit trees, bushes, vegetables (except cruciferous and marjoram crops), berries, grapes, fodder grasses, flowers;
- landscaping: conifers, ornamental shrubs, flowers, lawn;
- household: houseplants, seedlings;

IMPORTANTLY!!! Mycorrhizal fungus with the onset of low temperatures falls asleep with the host plant and wakes up in the spring with him.

                              ПЕРЕВАГИ ВИКОРИСТАННЯ MikoLife


The use of MikoLife will make the crop less dependent on costly resources and at the same time will help to maximize the potential yield!

An overdose of MikoLife is NOT POSSIBLE. The main thing is to follow

the minimum recommended doses.



Application rate
Features of introduction
Fruit and ornamental trees 
(including conifers),
shrubs, vines

2-2,5g per 1l soil

During the initial planting, mix the soil from the planting hole evenly together with MikoLife granules. Depending on the size of the seedling, the application rate per plant is calculated separately.
2g in each 



For adult plants (but not more than 5 years) - make a recess around the stem circle depth of 8-10 cm at a distance of 10-12 cm (as close as possible to the root system) and add to each recess MikoLife granules wrapped in earth. Pour water well.
(including greens,
except salads, spinach)
2-2,5g  for one plant
When growing in closed soil or greenhouse - at the bottom of each hole 
with seedlings to make granules.
100-250 g per
100 m2 of
sown area
When sowing seeds in open ground - the granules are evenly filled 
in rows and laid to the depth of sowing.
2g per one plant
When adding to already planted plants, it is necessary to make a 
deepening in the soil near the root system, make granules and wrap the ground.
100-250 g
per 100 m2
of sown area
At primary laying of a lawn, it is necessary to bring MikoLife granules 
together with sowing material;
At preventive measures on care of a lawn - it is necessary to bring together with aeration;
1-2.5 g
per 1 liter
of soil mixture
At the initial planting - mix the required number of granules with the soil mixture.
When applying to an already planted plant - it is necessary to make granules by deepening near the root system of the plant without damaging the roots.



- The presence of moisture in the root zone and soil temperature not lower than 18C;

- Soil pH not lower than 5.3;

- Mycorrhiza will not work from fungicides that can get to the roots due to washing or fungicide treatment against soil fungi;

- It is necessary to control the application of nitrogen and phosphorus-containing fertilizers;

-no more than 8% of phosphate content in the soil is allowed, otherwise symbiosis will not occur.

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