Mycorrhizae for Manufacturers
Add our Mycorrhizae to your products
With more than 30 years experience in mycorrhizal research and application, we have improved on the conventional way to produce mycorrhizae and developed a new highly efficient manufacturing process that ensures unmatched quality, purity and concentration at the most competitive price on the market. Add our mycorrhizae to your existing products and brands!
Not only are we amongst the very few companies in the world able to mass-produce mycorrhizae, we are a back office in terms of research, development and innovation.
Benefits of RISEHoP Mycorrhizae
For Final customers
(Greenhouses, nursery, landscaping professionals or/and final users)
- Increases seedlings’ survival and decreases losses in early growth stages;
- Boosts plant growth and yields organically;
- Increases plants health and nutritional quality;
- Allows a better resistance in drought condition;
- Reduces atmospheric greenhouse gases (GHGs) and contributes in combating climate change;
- Accelerates plants flowering and improves appearance;
- Powerful sustainable organic product that surpasses economic results you would achieve using only chemical fertilizers, while reducing your environmental footprint; and
- Generates more profit with less chemical fertilizer inputs (reduction up to 50% possible).
- Organic and conventional
- Professional and retail
- Growth substrates
- Seeds coating
- Speciality products
- OMRI certified (U.S. & Canada)
Compatible with all organic certification
- Powder or custom to your needs
- 500 μm (35 U.S. Mesh)
- Custom to you needs
Recommendations in final products
- Minimum recommended concentration of 1 spore / dry gram (g) of product (450 spores / dry pound (lbs))
- Inquire about fertilizer doses compatibility
- Inquire about fungicide compatibility
- Store in a cool, dry place and avoid direct sunlight.
- Avoid repeated freeze / thaw cycles and extended explosure to temperatures above 40°C (104°F).
- 2 year+ (Viability slowly starts to decline after one year)
- Based on volume
1 Berruti et al. 2015. ‘Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi as Natural Biofertilizers: Let’s Benefit from Past Successes’, Frontiers in Microbiology, 6: 1559.