DIEHARD™ Ecto Injectable

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“The Industry’s first complete Ecto Injectable Inoculant”

DIEHARD Ecto Injectable is an Ectomycorrhizal inoculant with numerous other ingredients for root injection and soil drench.

Use with Alder, Aspen, Basswood, Beech, Birch, Chestnut, Chinquapin, Cottonwood, Eucalyptus, Fir, Hemlock, Hazelnut, Hickory, Larch, Oak, Pecan, Pine, Poplar Spruce, and Willow.

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WHAT IT IS?

DIEHARD Ecto Injectable is an Ectomycorrhizal inoculant with numerous other DIEHARD ingredients for root injection and soil drench.
 
This improves survival rooting, flowering, water absorption, nutrient availability.

Tip: The Industry’s First Complete Ecto Injectable Inoculant!

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WHAT IT CONTAINS!

  • 14,537,445  spores per gram centimeter to include:
    Pisolithus tinctorius (12,502,203)
    Rhizopogon (2,035,242).
    232,158,590 CFU’s per gram of Genus Bacillus (11 species)
    Genus Psuedomonas 
    Genus Streptomyces  
  • Trichoderma 799,559 CFU’s per gram (3 species)
  • Humic Acid
  • Soluble Sea Kelp
  • Soluble Yucca Extract
  • Trichoderma Fungi
  • Minor Elements
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WHAT IT DOES!

Improves: Survival, Rooting, Water Absorption, Nutrient Availability, Plant Health, Soil Health, Flowering, Yields, and Production.

Reduces: Plant Loss, Fertilizer Use, Need of Pesticides, Heat Stress Damage, Irrigation Frequency, Losses from Drought Conditions.

Features: For established trees or for stress recovery of newly planted trees and shrubs. The mycorrhizal fungi inoculants shall include humic acids, soluble sea kelp, and yucca plant extracts, and a beneficial bacteria package to promote rapid root development.

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HOW IS IT USED?

Nursery Drench: 

Each pound treats 100,000 seedlings. The best application method is a 2 step process. Apply 1-2 weeks after sowing just as roots have developed to the sides of cells.

Mix with sufficient water to apply as a drench with sprayer. Care should be taken to ensure that spores applied are drenched into the media to the level of the roots. Second application 6 weeks before lifting.

One week before and after avoid the use of phosphate fertilizers. Avoid the use of high phosphorus fertilizer as this treatment would have a negative effect on Ectomycorrhizal colonization. Organic nitrogen fertilizers are recommended.

Established Trees:

Mix at the rate of 1/2 lb. to 100 gallons of water. Inject into the ground 6-8 inches on a 2 1/2 to 3-foot grid pattern from the trunk out to the drip line and beyond if possible.

Apply 1-2 quarts of solution per injection site. Use up a solution by the end of the day.

Stress Recovery – Small and newly planted trees and shrubs::

Inject along with the original root ball every 1-2 feet and on a grid pattern for established trees.

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