Mammoth Myco is carefully curated with mycorrhizae and rhizobacteria
Compatible in all media
MAMMOTH MYCO is formulated so it can be used as an amendment to your hydroponic system, soil, or other growth media, making it compatible however you grow.
Use throughout all stages of the growing cycle
Growers can use mycorrhizae during transplant to reduce transplant shock and promote root development, and throughout the growing cycle to enhance nutrient uptake.
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Improved Root Development
Mycorrhizae promotes growth of a strong root system, helping plants increase mass.
Enhance Nutrient Uptake
More root mass provides more opportunity to collect and absorb nutrients and water, promoting overall plant mass.
Details on usage, application, specifications, and more.
MAMMOTH MYCO was designed to use throughout all stages of plant growth and is compatible with typical fertilizer regimes.
APPLICATION & SPECS
All the details, application rates, and usage instructions on how you can boost your plants with MAMMOTH MYCO
CONTAINS NON-PLANT FOOD INGREDIENTS
10% Rhizosphere Microbes
- Rhizophagus irregularis………………600 spores/g
- Funneliformis mosseae………………….300 spores/g
- Septoglomus deserticola………………..300 spores/g
- Claroideoglomus etunicatum………….100 spores/g
- Bacillus megaterium………………………1×108 CFU/g
- Bacillus subtillis…………………………….1×108 CFU/g
90% Total Other Ingredients (Inert as a non-plant food ingredient)
Information regarding the contents and levels of metals in this product is available on the internet at https://www.aapfco.org/metals.html
Instructions for Use
FOR TRANSPLANT: Dilute 1/2 tsp (1 g) per 1 gallon of water. Stir vigorously until mixed. Submerge intact clone root into solution for thirty seconds. Transplant into soil or media.
FOR HYDROPONIC FEED: Dilute 1/2 tsp (1 g) per 1 gallon of water. Stir vigorously until mixed. Apply to reservoir weekly throughout the growing cycle.
WARNING: ONLY APPLY AS DIRECTED. MAY BE HARMFUL IF SWALLOWED. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AND PETS.
HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS: PRODUCT CONTAINS LIVE MICROORGANISMS AND MAY CAUSE ADVERSE EFFECTS TO PERSONS WITH A COMPROMISED IMMUNE SYSTEM. AVOID CONTACT WITH EYES, MOUTH, AND BROKEN SKIN. DO NOT INHALE PRODUCT. WEAR EYE AND SKIN PROTECTION WHEN HANDLING. WASH HANDS AFTER USING.
STORAGE CONDITIONS: Store in a dry cool place. Do not freeze or expose to extreme temperatures above 95°F (35°C). Avoid severe temperature variation.
Product may not be registered in all states.
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What are the main benefits of using Myco?
Mammoth Myco has been shown to increase overall plant and root mass.
Is Mammoth Myco organic?
No, Mammoth Myco is not fully organic/OMRI certified.
I already use a mycorrhizal product, how is Mammoth Myco different?
Mammoth Myco is a very clean formulation; it is very low in heavy metals – lower than other competitor products.
Mammoth-branded – We are a trusted brand for growers.
Quick order and shipping turnaround.
Is Mammoth Myco a liquid or dry product?
What is the shelf life? When does it expire after opening?
2 years from MFD date.
How should I store Mammoth Myco?
Always store in original packaging in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. Keep tightly closed when not in use. Avoid storage in a humid environment or above 95°F (35°C) or below 32°F (0°C). Keep out of reach of children and pets, and away from food and drinking water.
How can I measure the product?
We recommend using a 1⁄2 teaspoon (tsp) scoop. Growers can also measure out 1g, which is the same as 1⁄2 tsp.
How often do I apply Mammoth Myco?
Apply early in a plant’s life & during transplanting events to encourage robust root development.
What is the recommended application method and rate for Myco?
FOR TRANSPLANT: Dilute 1/2 tsp (1 g) per 1 gallon of water. Stir vigorously until mixed.
Submerge intact clone root into solution for thirty seconds. Transplant into soil or media.
FOR CONTINUOUS FEED: Dilute 1/2 tsp (1 g) per 1 gallon of water. Stir vigorously until mixed. Apply to reservoir weekly throughout the growing cycle.
Can I add Myco to a nutrient mix? If so, when & is the order of mixing important?
Yes, we recommend continuing to agitate the mix since Myco could potentially settle near the bottom. Mix Myco in last along with any other beneficial additives (Mammoth P, etc.).
How long can I leave in solution after mixing?
Up to 10 days.
Can I use on my seedlings/cuttings/clones?
Yes, we recommend introducing Myco to cuttings/clones and seedlings/early-vegetative growth plants.
Can I use Myco as a foliar?
We do not recommend this spraying Myco as a foliar feed.
Can I use Myco alongside other Mammoth products?
Are there any products I should not use Myco in combination with?
No, Myco is extremely safe to use with other products.