Soil Fungi Concentrate

Soil Fungi Ground Fungus Concentrate – 250ml for 250 m2

✔ Extremely effective against harmful soil fungi

✔ Simple to administer and user-friendly

✔ Targets verticillium, pythium, and fusarium

✔ Addresses wilt disease, seedling disease, foot rot, and root rot

✔ Roots, leaves, and soil develop a natural defence system

✔ Suitable for natural gardening

✔ Applicable both preventively and as a remedy

✔ Safe for humans, animals, and the environment

✔ Boosts growth, vitality, and resilience of plants

✔ 100% natural and plant-based

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Description

Soil Fungi Ground Fungus Concentrate consists of a highly concentrated mixture of specifically acting herb concentrates and offers preventive action against soil fungi such as verticillium (wilt disease), pythium (seedling disease), and fusarium (foot and root rot). The product supports the natural recovery ability, providing care, nourishment, and strengthening plants from external influences, in the soil and at the roots. Soil Fungi Ground Fungus Concentrate is of natural and plant-based origin and is non-toxic to humans, animals, and the environment.

Approved for organic and ecological gardening. Soil Fungi Ground Fungus Concentrate is absorbed by the crop’s leaves and the soil. Due to the present root-stimulating and crop-caring components, the roots, leaves, and soil will develop an increased resistance and their own defence system. The ingredients in the product, besides enhancing the soil and strengthening plants, have an indirect effect on harmful soil fungi.

 

Properties

✔ Extremely effective against harmful soil fungi
✔ Simple to apply and user-friendly
✔ For verticillium, pythium, and fusarium
✔ For wilt disease, seedling disease, foot rot, root rot
✔ Roots, leaves, and soil develop a natural defence system
✔ Suitable for organic and ecological gardening
✔ Can be used both preventively and curatively
✔ Safe for humans, animals, and the environment
✔ Encourages growth, vitality, and resilience of the plant
✔ 100% natural and plant-based

 

 

Instructions for Use

Shake well before use. Start a preventive treatment from March. Repeat after 4 weeks. Suitable for ornamental gardens, vegetable gardens, and potted plants through pouring, soil treatment, or spraying. Edible crops can be consumed as usual. For optimal effect, moist conditions are essential. Otherwise, watering is necessary (10mm).

 

Pouring:

First, lightly scratch the soil surface. Dissolve 50 ml in 2.5 litres of water (for 25 m²). Water the soil with this solution. Afterwards, water generously (10mm).

 

Soil Treatment:

Dissolve 50 ml in 2.5 litres of water. Apply the solution to the ground near the plant’s hair roots. Make holes about 15 cm deep with a rod (10 per square metre of root surface). Pour about 250 ml solution into these holes and close them.

 

Spraying:

Usage/Amount/Solution/Area

Preventive – mild infestation/10 ml/0.5 to 1 litre water/10 m²

Curative – severe infestation/20 ml/0.5 to 1 litre water/10 m²

Storage

Keep away from direct sunlight in a cool and dark place. Even after opening, this product remains of high quality for over a year.

 

Background Information

Verticillium – Wilt Disease

Harmful in various crops: acer, catalpa, cotinus, fraxinus, tilia, and ulmus, and fruit trees like prunus among others. Roses, many ornamental shrubs, perennials, and summer flowers are also susceptible. Leaves wilt and branches suddenly die off. Lower down on the affected branches, a ring-shaped olive-green, purplish-grey to brown discoloration is visible in the wood. Verticillium symptoms appear during the growing season and often go unnoticed or are misattributed to early autumn.

Pythium – Seedling Disease

Pythium is considered a ‘weakness parasite’ that can only infect plants when they suffer under suboptimal conditions or stress: excessive water, too high or low temperatures, or sudden temperature changes. Pythium aphanidermatum mostly occurs at a relatively high soil or irrigation water temperature. Pythium aphanidermatum is common in young plants, and damage is more severe in younger crops. Pythium affects roots, especially those of seedlings. Infected plants lag in growth. Seedlings fall off, hence the name seedling disease.

Fusarium – Foot and Root Rot

Fusarium is a fungal disease that has caused significant damage to tomato cultivation in the past. The disease can be identified by small dead spots in the root system. In a later stage, the roots turn brown and rot. The plant grows more slowly and wilts at a later point in time.

Additional information

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 20 × 20 × 20 cm