Went to Garden Expo and slsman was "pitching" these 2 products like crazy!!!!!!!!!!!...anybody in PACNW area ( from Spokane) using this stuff? and what were your results??
I'm curious about mycorrhizal products as well. One of the specific claims Biovam makes is longer-lasting cut roses, which if true can help me persuade my neighbor not to start using poisons again.
Its true that Mycorrhizal Fungi works wonders on roses. But, with Biovam and sol they give you a general ballpark figure as to the fungal spore count. With these Mycor products you must check the label for an exact spore count. Try Plant Health Care, Inc. They are the only company that I could find that actually uses spores and not propagules or ground up roots.