Product Description

It is well-suited to a variety of soils, climates and plants. It is easily applied to existing landscapes and yards by mixing with water and using a hose-end sprayer or watering can.

Also included are seaweed extract and humic acids to feed beneficial soil organisms. Plant Success Organics™ Soluble will aid in creating a thriving and diverse soil capable of supporting maximum root and plant growth.

How to Use

Potted or Established Plants: Apply at a rate of 1 tsp per gal of water.

Container Size Amount of Solution
4 in 8 oz
1 gal 16 oz
5 gal 128 oz

Hose End Sprayer: Use 2 tsp/5 grams of product per 12 square feet of existing landscape. We recommend mixing 2 tsp/5 grams per 1000 ml and spraying at a rate of 8 oz/gal.

Product Description

The endo and ecto mycorrhiza fertilizer product contain beneficial bacteria for plants which work together to create a microbial system in and on plant roots. The bacteria and Trichoderma help with hydroponic production, which enhances water and nutrient uptake.

The mycorrhizae powder is best used as a seed coat in the early stages of growth. It can be used for field agriculture or even home gardening to help build vibrant and healthy plants.

How to Use

Seeds: Lightly dust with Great White.

Cuttings: Dip cutting into rooting gel/solution then lightly dip directly into Great White powder. Mix into pre-soak/fertilizer solution at a rate of 1 scoop (1tsp or 5 grams) per 2 gallons (10 litres) of water.

Transplanting: Lightly dust planting hole and place plant directly on top.

Soil, Coco and Topfeeding: Apply at a rate of 1 scoop (1 tsp or 5 grams) per 2 gallons (10 litres) of water.

Hydroponics: Mix into reservoir with regular feeding at a rate of 1 scoop (1 tsp or 5 grams) per 10 gallons (40 litres) of water. Hydroponic users may find settling or particles on bottom of reservoir and should not be concerned of product loss; it’s normal for the carrying agent to settle.

Easy to Use

Plant Success Organics Soluble can be added to water and watered into plants.