SPECIFIC ACTION PRODUCT
MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI INOCULUM
Chonia® is an innovative mycorrhizal inoculum. The rhizosphere bacteria contained therein allow the development of particular microorganisms that prefer high protein contents. Among these, especially in sandy, water-rich soils, and in periods of high temperatures, develop wild proteolytic fungi of the genus Pochonia chlamydosporia, Arthrobotrys oligospora etc. This consortium of microorganisms allows the plant to increase the growth of its root apparatus by producing new secondary roots, replacing the damaged ones, and creates a sort of “microbiological” barrier against the penetration of harmful fungi.
The plants treated with Chonia take on a more intense green color, thanks to the production, by the rhizosphere-like bacteria, of hormone-like substances, and the formation of siderophores for the supply of organic iron instantly available for the plant.
The soils treated with Chonia, show a low propensity to be infested by root nematodes and their oviposition.
Type of Organic Improver:
Simple non-composted vegetal improver.
Content in Mycorrhiza: 1%
Content in the rhizosphere bacteria: 109 CFU/g
Other components: The product does not contain genetically modified organisms and pathogenic organisms (salmonella, faecal coliforms, aerobic mesophiles and nematodes eggs).
Raw material: mycorrhizal fungi inoculum
|Horticulture (tomato, pepper, zucchini, strawberry, melon, etc.)||Radical||2-3 kg/ha||Apply, preferably, before transplantation, or immediately after. Repeat after 3-4 weeks.|
|Stone fruits, Citrus fruits, kiwi, grapevines, etc. (New plants)||
|4-10 g/L||Immerse the root system for a few minutes and then proceed to the transplanting.|
|Stone fruits, Citrus fruits, kiwi, vines, etc. (Adult crops in orchard)||Radical||3 kg/ha||At restarting of vegetative development.|
|Nurseries and soilless crops||RadicalHydroponic
||100-200 g/m3||Directly to the substratum.|
Apply at seeding or transplanting and repeat after 2-3 weeks. Perform further treatments depending on the crop cycle and climatic conditions.
12 x 1 kg