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  • How do I use soluble mycorrhizae?

    Created by Sue newhouse on

    I have a multi gallon EZ-Flo automatic fertilization tank that dispenses into my irrigation system at a rate of tsp / tablespoon per gallon. How much Age Old Soluble Mycorrhizae should I use in this type of tank? I am trying to figure out how much I need to buy.

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    E. Vinje
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    Hi Sue –

    When using Age Old Soluble Mycorrhizae in an EZ-Flo injector system you will want to first create a concentrated stock solution from which to draw the product out for further dilution. Here is a rate that would work well.

    Add 50 grams (approximately 6 tablespoons) per gallon of water in the EZflo tank and mix until dissolved. This concentrated solution can be pulled through the system at either the 1 tsp or 1 tbsp rate. At the 50 gram per gallon concentrated rate it will take around 10 lbs of Soluble Mycorrhizae per 100 gallons of water. Since this is a concentrated solution that is further diluted, each gallon will stretch pretty far.

    Hope it helps!

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