Xtreme Gardening Mykos
XTREME GARDENING MYKOS
Xtreme Gardening Mykos is a natural root promoter that contains the beneficial fungi Mycorrhizae which forms a biological connection between the roots and soil. This has been proven to help increase the availability of useable nutrients along with moisture, elements that plants require to improve the root zone, growth, the overall health of the plant and improving the soil or coco’s structure.
Mykos by Xtreme Gardening should be used during transplanting and/or propagation, but can also be mixed into your soil or coco. For propagation and transplanting, sprinkle 1-2 tablespoons direct to the roots and the planting hole in the fresh soil or coco, Mykos needs to be in contact with the root system to achieve the best possible results.
In addition, Mykos can also be pre-mixed into your base soil or coco to help maximize its root enhancing potential, as well as used on established plants during the vegetative growth cycle to maximise the potential and to promote not only a healthy root system, but also enhance the overall growth and health of your plants.
DIRECTIONS OF USE:
- Transplanting & Cuttings
Add 2 tablespoon per plant site (1 “scoop”) ensuring direct root contact or 1-2 teaspoon for rock wool.
- Soil & Coco
Thoroughly mix 1 lb per 4 cu ft (113.2 liters) soil or coco. 7 lbs per cu yard (27 cu ft). 18 lbs per 70 cu ft (1 pallet). * Be Sure to add 1-2 tbsp per plant site in addition to your amending process.
- Established Plants
Add 1/2 cup around base of each plant. Cover with 1/2" soil or compost.
- 1 - 3 gal container ....... 1 - 2 tbsp
- 5 - 7 gal container ....... 4 - 6 tbsp
- 10 - 20 gal container ... 1/2 cup
- 25 - 50 gal container ... 1 cup
- 100 gal container ........ 2 cups
- Using a small stake or fork, poke several 1/4 - 1/2" holes in the bottom of the plant hole.
- Add 1 - 2 tsp to hole, directly under plant roots.
- Set plant, remember to water.
For extreme results:
- Water with Azos & Xtreme tea. Double application rates and mix into top 6" of soil surrounding the plant hole.
Please note: Mykos should not be used during flowering and fruiting plants.