Personalized formulations: Tablets, root-dip, ultrafine powder, granular…
While this is a laborious and time consuming technology, it has proven in practice to be the absolute best way to colonize field crops.
This is for the simple fact that it allows the obtaining of propagules which are able to better adapt to the field conditions and to form a symbiotic relationship with treated plants. Spores obtained by “in vivo” reproduction are demonstrably stronger, with a larger and longer duration and field efficiency than spores obtained by multiplying “in vitro”. These characteristics make up for the exhaustive processes plus the environmental and phytosanitary controls made during the treatment of the crops.
Cornerstone of each product
Wide range of mycorrhizal fungi
We perform an optimized and protocolled multiplication system (substrates, plants or fungi) that enables an achievement of high spore concentration.
Spore separation and concentration
Use of advanced technology (no grinding) for the separation and concentration of spores. This enables us to introduce a product with a sufficient margin for further formulation with other commodities without being overly diluted.
Each batch of a finished product is analyzed by an authorized and certified independent laboratory
The identification and purification of isolated species of arbuscular mycorrhizae fungi that are used in the pure starting inoculum is performed In the laboratory of Dr. Joseph Morton, who has managed a large culture collection of these microbes for more tan 25 years and perfomerd innumerable tests to ensure quality control. Each batch of a finished product is analyzed for content and quality in independent blind tests. Once results are obtained, a certificate…
Each batch of a finished product is analyzed by an authorized independent laboratory under supervision of Dr. Joseph B. Morton. A certificate of quality and compliance is supplied with each product shipped.
Moreover, Mycointech can supply OMRI listed products for usage in organic production.