AGTIV® REACH™ G is a granular inoculant compatible with most field, vegetable and fruit crops. This product is used for in-furrow application, mixing with growing media for greenhouse transplant production, berries transplanting, fruit trees planting and container planting. AGTIV® REACH™ inoculants with mycorrhizae REACH into the soil and help cereals, forages, and vegetables uptake more nutrients and water, ensuring that your plants are stronger, healthier, and more vigorous.
CEREALS AND FLAX: The product should be placed in the seed row. Apply at a rate of 4.5 kg/ha (4 lb/acre).
FORAGES: Mix 18.2 kg (40 lb) of this product with 45 kg (99 lb) of forage seeds.
SPECIALTY CROPS: Apply directly in-furrow at a rate of 40 g (1/4 cup) per 100 m row length.
This product is compatible with legume inoculants.
Bulk density: 600 g/L (37 lb/ft3)
Mix this product thoroughly into the growing media before filling the trays.
This product is not recommended for cell sizes smaller than 40 ml.
QUANTITY OF AGTIV® TO USE PER VOLUME OF GROWING MEDIA
|Cell or container volume||Quantity of product to add/m3 of media||Quantity of product to add/yd3 of media|
|40-200 ml||3.4 kg (5.6 L)||5.7 lb (18 cups)|
|200-500 ml||2.2 kg (3.7 L)||3.8 lb (12 cups)|
|500-1500 ml||1.1 kg (1.9 L)||1.9 lb (6 cups)|
|1500 ml or more||0.8 kg (1.4 L)||1.4 lb (4.5 cups)|
Apply 1.7 g (1 tsp) of this product at the bottom and on the sides of the planting hole. Product must be in direct contact with roots.
Apply 8 g (1 Tbsp) of this product at the bottom and on the sides of the planting hole. Product must be in direct contact with roots.
QUANTITY OF AGTIV® TO USE FOR CONTAINER PLANTING
|Container diameter||Amount of product|
|15 cm (6 in)||1.7 g (1 tsp)|
|25 cm (10 in)||3.5 g (½ Tbsp)|
|40 cm (15 in)||7.0 g (1 Tbsp)|
MYCORRHIZAE – PTB297 Technology
Rhizophagus irregularis (formerly known as Glomus intraradices)
178 viable spores/g
80 900 viable spores/lb
The following plant families cannot be colonized by the mycorrhizal fungi contained in AGTIV®: Brassicaceae (broccoli, cabbages, canola, cauliflower, radish, rutabaga, watercress), Chenopodiaceae (beets, spinach), Ericaceae (blueberries, cranberries), Polygonaceae (buckwheat).