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    We grow Monster 2 pound indoor plants

    Hello to everyone... My name is Rick Maughs the Author of Medical Marijuana Clinics 2004...
    We helped 1,023 people get legal Last year if anybody needs to get legal get ahold of us by calling our hotline 1-800-851-3761
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    Do I Need Mycorrhizae?

    Medical Marijuana Guide 2004 mycorrhizal inoculants are used as amendments, injectables, hydroponics, and bare root preparations to inoculate plants and trees with live beneficial fungi when transplanting, and for treating established trees in decline. Humic acids, biostimulants, beneficial bacteria, sea kelp, yucca extracts and organic soil conditioners are added to promote rapid root development. To reduce transplant stress and increase watering maintenance up to 80%, and to slow release all soluable parts of our formulation 40 trace elements and micro nutrients are added. A 1/2 cup application applied to the root system will innoculate that plant for the duration of its life. To put it to you straight this one time inoculation will take you through three revegetation cycles of a mothers plant.

    Medical Marijuana Guide 2004 mycorrhizal inoculants is a granular material containing mycorrhizal germination fungi that colonize roots and extend into the surrounding soil forming a essential link between plant and soil resources. About 80% of the worlds plant species form mycorrhiza with these beneficial endomycorrhizal fungi. Working together, beneficial mycorrhizal and tricoderma fungi expand into the surrounding soil and greatly increase the root's ability to absorb water, nutrients, improve yields and plant health.


    General Discussion
    Medical Marijuana Guide 2004 mycorrhizal inoculants are formulated as transplant soil amendments, injectables, and bare root preparations to inoculate landscape trees and shrubs, flower beds, established trees and shrubs and bare root seedlings with live beneficial mycorrhizal fungi. The inoculant contains highly selected strains of low host specificity endo- and ectomycorrhizae fungi that will quickly colonize the roots of new transplants to provide the best possible conditions for the roots to become mycorrhizal during the establishment period and beyond. The mycorrhizal inoculants are combined with humic acids, biostimulants, beneficial bacteria, soluble sea kelp, yucca plant extracts and organic soil conditioners to promote rapid root development. For convenience, consistency, and to reduce waste, transplant products are available in pre-measured, labeled bottles.

    What Does Mycorrhizae Do
    The full story of what effect mycorrhizal roots have on plants is still evolving. To date we know that some plants cannot live without mycorrhizal roots. We also know there are a few obscure plants that do not need mycorrhizae. Most brassicas, for example, which include broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, and cauliflower do not associate with mycorrhizae. But the fact is that nearly all plant life is dependent on the association of mycorrhizae and plant roots. Mycorrhizae grow through the soil by extending its hyphea, which are the "roots" of the fungus, into the soil or soil-less application. These "roots" are extremely fiberious and engulf every tiny crack and cranny in the soil to absorb water, and nutrients in solution, and give this solution to the roots of the plant. We have seen up to 80% increase in plant roots and micro roots. Bringing you much more oxygen and nutrients to your plants life cycle!!!

    The only food source for mycorrhizae comes from the plant. Thus, if anything begins to slow the food source, the mycorrhizae becomes more active, and aggressive, to feed its host - the roots of the plant. This is why plants in stressed conditions benefit from mycorrhizal roots. Regardless of the cause, i.e., drought, heat, high salt, wind burn, freeze, parasites, negative organisms, etc., mycorrhizae has evolved to bring relief to the plant. Mycorrhizae is a natural phenomenon.

    To give you an idea of how mysterious this fungus is in 1996, the USDA Agricultural Research Service reported their findings on a study where young trees were planted next to mature trees. The scientist studied where the foods feeding the young trees was coming from. What they discovered was unexpected, yet very natural. A great deal of the food supplied to the young trees actually came from the mature trees through the transfer of foods at the hyphea level between the hyphea of the mature trees and that of the mycorrhizae associated with the young trees. Although no one has yet given good scientific fact for this to have occurred, isn't the parent feeding the child a natural, predictable phenomenon?

    Why Inoculate
    The reason we need to inoculate is because standard nursery and landscape practices have largely ignored this whole part of a complete plant system. Horticultural classes in our universities and technical schools give little attention to the topic of mycorrhizae - but this is changing rapidly. Commercially speaking our focus has been on quantity, not quality. Because of the pressure the typical nurserymen has to turn inventory, little, if any attention, has been given to the natural health of the plant. As a result of this viewpoint the nursery industry has been producing, and selling, plants that are not naturally complete. Because nearly all plants are not complete without the mycorrhizal association they are relatively fragile and can quickly die if not maintained intensively. We have this perfect system available to us but we have ignored it and instead employed billions of dollars in chemicals to control growth and predators.
    For more info and pictures of how to grow 2 pound indoor plants. This is a must in 7 plant States...
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    Rick Maughs-The author of Medical marijuana Guide 2004
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    I started using myrrkohiza a couple of years ago... Studdying the expand of fungus in contact with it and I do recommend using it. Very nice little parasite.

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    and you can use this in rockwool?

    can you use it in rockwool???

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    monster 2 lb plants are do-able with an AandB nutrient only.
    Just stirring though, I do firmly beleive in growing like an ecosystem.
    HORNY FOR EVIL

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    Hello,

    Can this be used in a hydro system or does it need the soil? Thanks for any help.

    Peace

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    What do you mean with an A & B nutrient only? I have read a little bit on this, interesting stuff. 2lb plants, damn. Is this stuff easy to use? Some of it confuses me, being a new grower and all.

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    Howdy Author Maughs,

    I live in Texas and I believe that I qualify for medical marijuana,several times over. I had a double fusion of L-5,L-6 vertibrae,over 12 years ago and I have have chronic pain,ranging from moderate to severe,usually only moderate for a couple hours in the morning-to severe shortly after,forcing me to lay down and nap everyday to relieve my pain. At 45 years old,I now have degenerative arthritis setting into my back and may require additional fusions in just a few years.

    I went to your site and you say that I need to call and git qualified first-does that mean that because I live in Texas,that I can't buy your book ?

    I have grown before and found out that I have a 'green thumb',for growing-I know several folks,one of them terminal,whom I could help with medical marijuana..is mmj effective for fibro-myalgia and chronic clinical depressive disorder ?

    I'm supposed to be on muscle relaxors and pain pills,but I can't afford them,and they make me constipated,which aggravates my condition further,anyhow..dang it ! I'm stuck between a rock and a hard spot !

    I hope you can give me some answers..I would love to buy your book-even if it takes me several months of saving up for it.

    Have a good one...Torog

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    A and B nutrients are standard 2 part hydroponic nutrient solutions. The different elements are separated as a concentrate as they react together. These are higher quality than single part liquid nutrients or single bag mix up crystals.

    Australian laws are based on plant numbers so we try to grow as few as possible as big as possible. This has resulted in police increasing the street value of 1 plant from 2.5k to 5k in some states.

    beneficial bacterias can be used in hydroponics most of the time. conditions have to be right.
    HORNY FOR EVIL

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