The symbiotic action of mycorrhizae and rhizosphere bacteria induces the activation within the plant of self-defense systems against the main fungal pathogens such as Fusarium, Pythium, Phytophthora, Verticillium, Rhizoctonia, Sclerotinia, Phoma and Nematodes.
The plant is induced by mycorrhizae to stimulate cell thickening, root elongation, the production of callus and lignin, as well as the production of a series of antioxidant substances such as phytoalexins and polyphenols that help the plant’s endogenous defense. Furthermore, the consortium of fungi and bacteria, with its ability to leach, assimilate and oxidize, allows the degradation of pesticide residues in the soil quickly and safely.
Activation of the plant’s self-defense mechanisms.
It accelerates the degradation processes in the soil of chemical residues from previous crops.