Mycorrhizal fungi for organic gardeners
Use on vegetables, flowers, and indoor plants.
Specially formulated mycorrhizal fungi for all gardeners. MycoMaxx Garden is sold in 2 ounce packages and covers approximately 100 sq ft of garden plants.
To use, mix one packet with 1 quart of water in a spray bottle or squeeze bottle and apply to plant roots.
The microbes contained in this package will effectively increase the plant’s root system surface area by as much as 250 times.
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MyxoMaxx Garden is a specially formulated mycorrhizal fungi designed to help enrich your soil, strengthen your plant’s root system, and grow larger, more abundant produce. For use on vegetables gardens, flowers, and indoor plants.
There are 8 species of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in MycoMaxx Garden. Developed and formulated for use on plants grown in North America. The spores will colonize inside the root and increase the plant’s root surface area between 50 to 100 times the original size – supplying nutrients and water to the plant. MycoMaxx Garden is a custom formulation from New Age Farming LLC, the nation’s leader in mycorrhizal fungi sales and distribution in the United States.
Grow larger plants
Our fungi formulation guarantees larger plant growth with ZERO harmful fertilizers or chemicals. We’ve seen plants double or triple the harvest output, just by reviving the soil into proper condition.
Formulated in the United States
MycoMaxx Garden is formulated, distributed, and owned in the United States. The fungi are grown in separate greenhouses for each specie to prevent contamination from other fungi or bacteria.
Our product is 100% organic certified. There are no chemicals or fertilizers used in the creation of MycoMaxx Garden. We made this a priority so you can be confident in the health and safety of our product.
- 8 species of selected arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
- Works on both indoor and outdoor plants
- Increase the plant’s root system surface area between 50x and 100x
- Contains mycelium of AMF and colonized root pieces
- Application rate: one 2oz package will treat 100 sq. ft.
- Kit contains: 2-ounce packet and spray bottle* (limited time offer)
- One packet is to be mixed with 1 quart of water**
*the limited-time spray bottle is 1 liquid cup and should be mixed with 1/4 of the powder packet.
**if you are not planning to use 1 quart worth of liquid, it is best if the powder is mixed in small amounts as needed. The correct ratio of water-to-powder is 1 cup:0.5oz powder. Example: if you are going to use 1 cup of liquid, use 1/4 of a packet of powder. The powder is best stored dry, as the fungi keeps for a maximum of two weeks in water.
Got questions on how to use or apply MycoMaxx? Feel free to contact us.
One 2oz package of MycoMaxx garden covers a total of 100 square feet of garden. This is a 10' x 10' area. If spraying on seeds or roots at transplant it can cover much more.
MycoMaxx Garden is formulated with 8 different species that all work very well on the vegetables and flowers we grow. Each 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 original time of planting!
No, excess fungi will not hurt the plants.
Out of direct sunlight in a cool, dry place. The spores are good from -50F to 140F.
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Q & A
Chlorine or other water additives will not affect the fungi. They are in a dormant state and will need to be in water for an extended period(two weeks) before they will start to "wake up". Best to mix and use small amounts at a time and store the product dry.
Once mixed in water, I would get it onto plant roots, on the seed, or in the ground within a couple weeks. It's best of you only mix up what you need because the dry product will last much longer.
Our current batch has an expiration of 03/03/2024. When we make a new batch it has a 3 year shelf life.
Yes, Cordylines are in the Asparagaceae family. The MycoMaxx Mycorrhizal fungi will form a beneficial symbiotic association with plants in this family. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks