Growth Products BIONUTRIENT TOTAL-PAK INJECTABLE FOR TREES With Mycorrhizal Technology

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BioNutrients Total–Pak Injectable provides a complete micronutrient package along with a power–packed mix of beneficial microbes, mycorrhizal fungi and other plant boosters. Professional arborists can rely on BioNutrients Total–Pak as an easy–to–use solution to promote better establishment of transplants and to improve the health and growth of deciduous and evergreen trees.

BioNutrients Total–Pak includes seven strains of endo– and ecto–mycorrhizal fungi. Colonized in the soil, these fungi form a symbiotic relationship with a plant's root system, literally extending the plant's roots with white, filament–type threads. The result is better nutrient uptake (particularly of phosphorus, potassium and magnesium), better mineral uptake, and increased water absorption by the plant.

Total–Pak includes four types of endo–mycorrhizae and seven types of ecto–mycorrhizae. This superior blend of eleven endo– and ecto– fungal strains ensures that the correct type of fungi is present for all types of trees and climates, and that the mycorrhizae will be viable in the broadest possible range of soil temperatures and soil pHs.

BioNutrients Total–Pak also contains yeast and multiple strains of beneficial bacteria – including Bacillus subtilis, B. licheniformis, B. amyloliquefaciens, and B. pumilus – to improve soil health and promote plant vigor. In addition, this dry soluble includes biologically active soil conditioners, a natural wetting agent, humic acid, kelp extracts, and seven micronutrients (Boron, Copper, Iron, Manganese, Magnesium, Molybdenum, and Zinc).

An 8–oz. package of BioNutrients Total–Pack should be tank–mixed with 50 gallons of water and injected into a tree's root zone at a depth of 4" to 8" for best results. BioNutrients is beneficial to all evergreen and deciduous trees, palms, and ornamental shrubs.

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