Images of Mycorrhizal Effects

 

Photos in this gallery are designed to show the benefits of using mycorrhizal based products.  Most pictures are comparison shots showing plants with and without mycorrhizae (Here's a HINT:  The mycorrhizal plants are ALWAYS bigger!!)  

 

Check back with this page regularly to find articles, research papers, and other interesting documents related to bio based growing, gardening, and mycorrhizal fungi.

Transplant Effects on Geraniums
Transplant Effects on Geraniums

Columns 1 and 3 have been inoculated with mycorrhizae. Columns 2 and 4 have not. Mycorrhizae can improve transplant success by over 30%.

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AM Vesicles in Root
AM Vesicles in Root

Arbuscular (Endomycorrhizal) vesicles stained as shown inside a root fragment

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Pepper Drought Experiment
Pepper Drought Experiment

The pepper plant on the left was inoculated with mycorrhizae. Both plants were subjected to drought conditions. As shown, the mycorrhizal plant shows resistance to drought.

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Ectomycorrhizal  root system
Ectomycorrhizal root system

Massive root system of pin seedling inoculated with ectomycorrizae.

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Lavender Growth Effect
Lavender Growth Effect

Lavender plants. Plants on the right were inoculated with mycorrhizae.

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Grape Growth Effect
Grape Growth Effect

Grape plants on the right were inoculated with mycorrhizae.

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Redwood Comparison
Redwood Comparison

Redwood seedlings treated with (plant on the right) and not treated (plant on left) with mycorrhizae.

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Ornamental Growth Effect
Ornamental Growth Effect

Palm plants without (left) and with (right) mycorrhizae.

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Mycorrhizosphere
Mycorrhizosphere

The mycorrhizosphere illustration shows the impact mycorrhizae has on a plant's root system

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