About DTE Biological Soil Products for Growing Plants

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WHOLESALE BIOLOGICAL & MYCORRHIZAE PRODUCTS 

Wholesale Biological Products, Mycorrhizal, Mycorrhizae, Mycorrhiza Fungi Products

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Stronger Roots Mean Stronger Healthier Plants

The mycorrhizal products we offer contain the most diverse and effective strains of mycorrhizal fungi available anywhere, which colonize plant roots, greatly enhancing the effective surface area of the root system. More than 90 percent of plant species form a symbiotic relationship with these types of beneficial soil fungi, bringing more water and nutrients to the host plant’s roots. By utilizing a robust mix of beneficial soil organisms, plants can survive and thrive the way they naturally evolved. Apply all these products so they come into direct contact with existing or emerging plant roots.

Many Down To Earth™  fertilizers are approved for use in organic crop production. Please note the “OMRI” and “OIM” logos throughout the website. Certified organic operators are encouraged to check with their organic certifying agent to determine if any given product is acceptable before purchase, application and inclusion in their organic farm plan. New! Learn more about Mycorrhizal applications - subscribe to our "Garden To Table" video workshop series on our Fertilizer Youtube Channel to learn more about organic growing and how to use Mycorrhizal fungi products!

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How To Use Our Products For Repotting a plant

 

 

omri The OMRI Listed logo.
Organic Materials Review Institute independently reviews products and lists those that are suitable for use in organic crop production under the USDA National Organic Program Rule.

cdfa The CDFA "OIM" or "Organic Input Materials" Program Logo. The Organic Input Materials Program registers fertilizing materials to be used in organic crop and food production and comply with the requirements of the California Fertilizing Materials Law and Regulations and the USDA National Organic Program Standards.CDFA "OIM" or "Organic Input Materials" Program Logo. The Organic Input Materials Program registers fertilizing materials to be used in organic crop and food production and comply with the requirements of the California Fertilizing Materials Law and Regulations and the USDA National Organic Program Standards.