REGISTRATION: F0003964/2029

Mycorrhizal fungi (total 1000 cfu/g) Phialocephala fortinii. Oidiodendron maius

LANAPLUS® ERIC is a microbiological biostimulant formed by ectendomycorrhizae, suitable for plants of the order Ericales, where there are crops as important as: blueberry, kiwi, persimmon or ornamental crops such as: camellia, azalea, carnation and rhododendron.  

Mycorrhizae are the symbiotic association between some soil fungi and plant roots. Among the different types, ectendomycorrhizae, also known as ericoid mycorrhizae, form intermediate structures between ectum and endomycorrhizae, and are specific to those crops of the order Ericales, as well as some ornamentals. Thanks to this mutualistic association, fungi receive organic compounds and plants gain water absorption capacity and mineral nutrients. 

Benefits of applying LANAPLUS® ERIC 

This type of microorganisms promote the biological fertility of the soil with important effects: 

  • Increase the absorption surface of active roots. 
  • They unlock phosphorus from the soil and improve the availability of micronutrients. 
  • Improve soil structure. 
  • They produce active metabolites that stimulate plant growth and production. 
  • They promote the proliferation of useful life in the rhizosphere. 
  • Improves photosynthetic activity by increasing the chlorophyll content of the leaves. 
  • Great adaptability to all types of floors. 
  • Improve resistance to adverse situations. 
  • They favor a healthy and vigorous growth of plants. 

Product suitable for use in Organic Agriculture according to Regulations (EU) No. 2018/848 and 2021/1165 and according to the NOP Regulation (National Organic Program). Ecocert Control F – 32600

Certificado ECOCERT para la agricultura ecológica

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