Features & FAQs


MycoMaxx Garden works on 95% of plants on the earth.

Larger plants

Larger plants

When you use our fungi formulation, you are guaranteed to see larger plants with ZERO harmful fertilizers or chemicals. We've seen plants and produce double or triple the harvest output, just by getting the soil back into proper condition.


Formulated in the United States

MycoMaxx is formulated and distributed in the United States. The fungi are grown in large greenhouses in which each greenhouse holds its own species to prevent contamination with other fungi or bacteria.

USDA Organic

100% Organic

Our formulation is 100% organic certified and free of chemicals. We want to give you confidence in the development and use of MycoMaxx.


MycoMaxx Garden is formulated with 8 different species that work very well on vegetables and flowers. Every mycorrhizal plant on earth uses several different species of fungi to achieve optimum growth and vitality.

Yes, any plant in the brassica family is non-mycorrhizal. They cannot benefit from the fungi.

Spray on the seed, spray on the roots upon transplant, or inject in the ground under existing plants.

Once, at the time of planting!

No, excess will not hurt the plants.

Out of direct sunlight. The spores are good from -50F to 140F.

Science of
Mycorrhizal Fungi

It can be helpful to know why a product works the way it does. In this section, we explore the science behind MycoMaxx Gardeners and why it's so effective on plants.

Melon plant root system with visible mycorrhizal fungi

Mycorrhizal Fungi perform important tasks in the life cycle of plants and soil. Billions of microorganisms exist within the soil that breaks down organic matter and transport it to the plant. Certain bacteria digest organic matter and excrete the matter (poop) in a plant-useable form. Mycorrhizal hyphae find these excretions and send the nutrients to the plant. This is considered the "natural fertilizer" process. Healthy soil should have a 50/50 bacteria-to-fungi ratio.

Mycorrhizal fungi also have the powerful ability to release enzymes to unlock and deliver nutrients the plant is "calling for". Chemical tie-ups in the soil can prevent this process – which is exactly why mycorrhizal fungi are needed to unlock them. Mycorrhizae hyphae have a PSI of 1000 while a normal root only has a PSI of 200-300. The strong pressure means your plant will be able to extract nutrients from places the roots won't be able to go. The hyphae will open up pores in your soil for better water filtration and help prevent nutrient leaching.

Plant roots are susceptible to pests and rot. Mycorrhizal fungi form a protective barrier around your root system to prevent rotting. Pests like cyst nematode will actually transform from a danger to the plant to food for the plant. Mycorrhizae hyphae will hold the cyst in place and release enzymes to kill it. It will then use the cyst as a food source for the plant.

Most backyard gardens have been rototilled at least twice a year for many years. UV light kills mycorrhizal fungi -- so, every time roto-tilling happens, more fungi are killed. This is why gardens have lost the ability to produce large bountiful crops naturally.

Effects on Soil

It's impossible to understand mycorrhizal fungi without understanding soil health. Soil is a living, breathing organism that needs nutrients to be replenished. In its natural state, organic matter will break down and be converted to natural fertilizer or return to 'dirt".

Our modern soil tends to be depleted of organic matter and nutrients needed to grow healthy plants. Our soils also don't have the fungi they need to go deeper and farther into the soil. When soil is continually tilled and plants are routinely planted in the same soil, over and over again, it sucks all the nutrients out of the ground and kills the fungi. This leaves dry, dead, barren soil.

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