BAC Fungi comprises of, among other things, 4 types of Mycorrhizae. By using these fungi in conjunction with BAC Stimulators, they will colonise more rapidly and continuously around your crop’s root system.
Mycorrhiza is Greek for ‘fungus root’. It is a symbiosis between plants and specific fungi. In nature, Mycorrhiza fungi are required for the survival of all plants. They are adjusted perfectly to find water and minerals in the soil and to transfer them to the plant. Through photosynthesis, the plant will create the carbon connections it requires
with which it will, in turn, feed the fungus. Both partners profit from each other, which is the reason why over 99% of all plants enters into such a symbiosis.
These fungi grow in and around the plant root. From the root, they grow in the ground and create a tight-knit network of fine fungus threads. This increases the size of the root system thus improving the absorption of water and minerals, such as phosphorous, potassium and trace elements. The fungi can reach soil pores that are too small for the plant roots and can make bound elements available to the plant.