Just wondered how popular the use of mycorrhizal fungi is in our community?
Glomus intraradices, also named Rhizophagus intraradices is the one that has an effective symbiotic relationship with cannabis, helping supply nutrition to the plant.
I do use it but I find it hard to judge its overall effectiveness as I’ve grown good weed with, and without it.
any thoughts appreciated from the green-fingered community. that is Percys 👊
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I grow in soil, and the one thing that I've personally noticed, is that they can withstand better long periods of dry soil. Very handy when
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Realize the post is old, but I think mycos are essential unless you're doing hydroponics. It helps feed the plant, keeps it healthy, and keeps the soil healthy. If you dont have healthy microbes growing, you'll have ubhealthy ones. Without our gut flora, we get sick. Plants are the same.
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