Rootella® X

Rootella® X mycorrhizal seed treatment effectively inoculates plants with vigorous endomycorrhizal fungi. Mycorrhizal inoculation by application of Rootella® products improves plant nutrient uptake. Effective mycorrhizal inoculation of plant roots has been proven to:

Improve crop yield

Reduce fertilizer, compost & irrigation requirements

Increase plant durability under stress

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Mycorrhiza With Attitude

Rootella® mycorrhizal inoculants are highly-concentrated and cost-effective. Groundwork BioAg has developed its products from vigorous strains of endomycorrhiza, sourced from the harsh Israeli desert. These fungal strains have evolved to be true survivors, able to adapt and to thrive in the most difficult conditions. All Rootella® products are suitable for organic farming, and contain only naturally-occurring fungi (non-GMO).

Your Ground, Our Work.

Rootella® products vary in formulation and in application method, as different crops and growing conditions call for different solutions. In any case, application of Rootella® mycorrhizal inoculants changes almost nothing else in your cultivation process. In order to find out how Rootella® can improve your farm’s production, please contact us Our field support personnel are ready to assist and to recommend the appropriate method of application for your specific farm conditions.

Rootella® X mycorrhizal seed treatment boasts extremely high concentrations of endomycorrhizal fungi: at least 133,600 viable propagules of Glomus intraradices per gram (3,787,200 per ounce) and 33,400 viable propagules of Glomus mosseae per gram (946,800 propagules per ounce). As a result, application of Rootella® X at a seed load factor of merely 15 grams per hectare (0.214 oz per acre) is adequate to apply 2,500,000 viable propagules per hectare (1,000,000 viable propagules per acre).

Rootella® X is approved for organic farming according to:

California Department of Food and Agriculture – Organic Input Material Program

American Regulation NOP (National Organic Program)

European Regulation EC 834/2007

Japanese Regulation JAS (Japanese Agriculture Standard)

Rootella® X is intended for application to row crops (e.g. corn, soybean, wheat) tubers, bulbs, vegetables and fruits. Rootella® X may be applied as a seed treatment, in-furrow, or in drip irrigation. Mix with water and add to mixing tank immediately prior to treatment. Not to be mixed with incompatible substances. Flush system before and after product use.Each 250 gram pouch treats approximately 42 acres (17 hectares).

Application Rate – row crops

Seed treatment (in liquid): 0.21 oz/ac (15 g/ha)

In-furrow (in drip or spray): 0.29 oz/ac (20 g/ha)

Application Rate – tubers, bulbs, fruits, and vegetables

Seed pelleting: 12.7 oz per million seeds (0.36 mg/seed)

Drip irrigation: 0.43 oz/ac (30 g/ha)

In-furrow (in drip or spray): 0.57 oz/ac (40g/ha)

Detailed technical specifications, application instructions and safety information can be found in the following documents:

Product Label

Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

CDFA-OIM Certificate

Rootella® G

Rootella® G mycorrhizal inoculant flakes effectively inoculate plants with vigorous endomycorrhizal fungi. Mycorrhizal inoculation by application of Rootella® products improves plant nutrient uptake. Effective mycorrhizal inoculation of plant roots has been proven to:

Improve crop yield

Reduce fertilizer, compost & irrigation requirements

Increase plant durability under stress

Overview

Description

Application

Documentation

Mycorrhiza With Attitude

Rootella® mycorrhizal inoculants are highly-concentrated and cost-effective. Groundwork BioAg has developed its products from vigorous strains of endomycorrhiza, sourced from the harsh Israeli desert. These fungal strains have evolved to be true survivors, able to adapt and to thrive in the most difficult conditions. All Rootella® products are suitable for organic farming, and contain only naturally-occurring fungi (non-GMO).

Your Ground, Our Work.

Rootella® products vary in formulation and in application method, as different crops and growing conditions call for different solutions. In any case, application of Rootella® mycorrhizal inoculants changes almost nothing else in your cultivation process. In order to find out how Rootella® can improve your farm’s production, pleasecontact us Our field support personnel are ready to assist and to recommend the appropriate method of application for your specific farm conditions.

Rootella® G mycorrhizal inoculants are ideal for mixing in growing media in the nursery. This product’s flake formulation enhances the inoculant’s robustness, vigor and efficacy within growing media. Rootella® G boasts high concentrations of endomycorrhiza: at least 2,500 viable propagules of glomus intraradices per gram.

Rootella® G is approved for organic farming according to:

OMRI USA

OMRI Canada

California Department of Food and Agriculture – Organic Input Material Program

European Regulation EC 834/2007

Japanese Regulation JAS (Japanese Agriculture Standard)

Canadian Regulation COR (Canadian Organic Regulation)

Rootella® G may be mixed with most types of growing media. Groundwork BioAg recommends applying 0.2-0.4 gr. (0.007-0.014 oz.) of Rootella® G per seedling for most small seedling plugs, however application rates may vary per crop and per container size. Please consult with detailed application instructions on label below or contact Groundwork BioAg to verify specific application rates.

Detailed technical specifications, application instructions and safety information can be found in the following documents:

Product Label

Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

OMRI Certificate (USA)

OMRI Certificate (Canada)

CDFA-OIM Certificate

Rootella® P

Rootella® P powder mycorrhizal inoculant effectively inoculates plants with vigorous endomycorrhizal fungi. Mycorrhizal inoculation by application of Rootella® products improves plant nutrient uptake. Effective mycorrhizal inoculation of plant roots has been proven to:

Improve crop yield

Reduce fertilizer, compost & irrigation requirements

Increase plant durability under stress

Overview

Description

Application

Documentation

Mycorrhiza With Attitude

Rootella® mycorrhizal inoculants are highly-concentrated and cost-effective. Groundwork BioAg has developed its products from vigorous strains of endomycorrhiza, sourced from the harsh Israeli desert. These fungal strains have evolved to be true survivors, able to adapt and to thrive in the most difficult conditions. All Rootella® products are suitable for organic farming, and contain only naturally-occurring fungi (non-GMO).

Your Ground, Our Work.

Rootella® products vary in formulation and in application method, as different crops and growing conditions call for different solutions. In any case, application of Rootella® mycorrhizal inoculants changes almost nothing else in your cultivation process. In order to find out how Rootella® can improve your farm’s production, please contact us Our field support personnel are ready to assist and to recommend the appropriate method of application for your specific farm conditions.

Rootella® P mycorrhizal inoculants are ideal for dusting bare roots, root balls (upon transplantation), tubers or bulbs. This product’s dust-free powder formulation ensures optimal inoculation upon direct contact with exposed plant roots. Rootella® P inoculants boast high concentrations of endomycorrhiza: at least 2,500 viable propagules of glomus intraradices per gram.

Rootella® P is approved for organic farming according to:

OMRI USA

California Department of Food and Agriculture – Organic Input Material Program

European Regulation EC 834/2007

Japanese Regulation JAS (Japanese Agriculture Standard)

Rootella® P is best when shaken over exposed roots, using a cheese shaker or the like. Application rates depend on the size of the root or root ball, and may vary per crop and per container size. Please consult with detailed application instructions on label below or contact Groundwork BioAg to verify specific application rates.

Detailed technical specifications, application instructions and safety information can be found in the following documents:

Product Label

Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

OMRI Certificate (USA)

CDFA-OIM Certificate

Rootella® F

Rootella® F concentrated fine powder mycorrhizal inoculant effectively inoculates plants with vigorous endomycorrhizal fungi. Mycorrhizal inoculation by application of Rootella® products improves plant nutrient uptake. Effective mycorrhizal inoculation of plant roots has been proven to:

Improve crop yield

Reduce fertilizer, compost & irrigation requirements

Increase plant durability under stress

Overview

Description

Application

Documentation

Mycorrhiza With Attitude

Rootella® mycorrhizal inoculants are highly-concentrated and cost-effective. Groundwork BioAg has developed its products from vigorous strains of endomycorrhiza, sourced from the harsh Israeli desert. These fungal strains have evolved to be true survivors, able to adapt and to thrive in the most difficult conditions. All Rootella® products are suitable for organic farming, and contain only naturally-occurring fungi (non-GMO).

Your Ground, Our Work.

Rootella® products vary in formulation and in application method, as different crops and growing conditions call for different solutions. In any case, application of Rootella® mycorrhizal inoculants changes almost nothing else in your cultivation process. In order to find out how Rootella® can improve your farm’s production, please contact us. Our field support personnel are ready to assist and to recommend the appropriate method of application for your specific farm conditions.

Rootella® F mycorrhizal inoculants are ideal for manual mixing with seeds. This product formulation clings to seeds and lends itself well to planter box applications. Rootella® F inoculants boast extremely high concentrations of endomycorrhiza: at least 20,800 viable propagules of glomus intraradices per gram.

Rootella® F is approved for organic farming according to:

OMRI USA

California Department of Food and Agriculture – Organic Input Material Program

European Regulation EC 834/2007

Japanese Regulation JAS (Japanese Agriculture Standard)

Canadian regulation COR (Canadian Organic Regulation)

Rootella® F is intended for mixing with seeds in a planter box, it may also be applied in-furrow.

Application rate – row crops

Planter box (dry): 1.7 oz/ac (120 g/ha)

In-furrow (dry, drip, in-line, or drench): 2.9 oz/ac (200 g/ha)

Application rate – tubers, bulbs & vegetables

In-furrow (dry, drip, in-line, or drench): 4.3 oz/ac (300 g/ha)

Application in liquid requires continuous agitation. Minimum filter size: 35 mesh (500 µm). Mix each 1 lb of Rootella® F with at least 10 gallons of water (>80 L/kg). Not to be used in proportional dosing pumps. Please contact us at support@rootella.com with any questions.

Detailed technical specifications, application instructions and safety information can be found in the following documents:

Product Label

Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

OMRI Certificate (USA)

CDFA-OIM Certificate

Rootella® T

Rootella® T mycorrhizal inoculant effectively inoculates plants with vigorous endomycorrhizal fungi. Mycorrhizal inoculation by application of Rootella® products improves plant nutrient uptake. Effective mycorrhizal inoculation of plant roots has been proven to:

Improve crop yield

Reduce fertilizer, compost & irrigation requirements

Increase plant durability under stress

Overview

Description

Application

Documentation

Mycorrhiza With Attitude

Rootella® mycorrhizal inoculants are highly-concentrated and cost-effective. Groundwork BioAg has developed its products from vigorous strains of endomycorrhiza, sourced from the harsh Israeli desert. These fungal strains have evolved to be true survivors, able to adapt and to thrive in the most difficult conditions. All Rootella® products are suitable for organic farming, and contain only naturally-occurring fungi (non-GMO).

Your Ground, Our Work.

Rootella® products vary in formulation and in application method, as different crops and growing conditions call for different solutions. In any case, application of Rootella® mycorrhizal inoculants changes almost nothing else in your cultivation process. In order to find out how Rootella® can improve your farm’s production, please contact us Our field support personnel are ready to assist and to recommend the appropriate method of application for your specific farm conditions.

Rootella® T is a high concentrated mycorrhizal inoculant for simple and worry-free application in the planting hole. Simply drop 1-2 grow packs in the ground before planting and give your seedlings the boost they need to establish a strong root system. Rootella® T inoculants boast high concentrations of three types of benefical endomycorrhiza:

2,000 propagules of Glomus intraradices per gram ,(56,699 per ounce)

250 propagules of Glomus mosseae per gram (7,087 per ounce)

250 propagules of Glomus clarus per gram (7,087 per ounce)

Rootella® T is approved for organic farming according to:

American Regulation NOP (National Organic Program)

European Regulation EC 834/2007

Japanese Regulation JAS (Japanese Agriculture Standard)

Place 1-2 Rootella® T grow packs in planting hole under seedling / sapling immediately prior to transplantation.

Detailed technical specifications, application instructions and safety information can be found in the following documents:

Product Label

Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

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