Rootella® is a family of mycorrhizal inoculants that are exclusively developed and produced by Groundwork BioAg®. Grounded in science and perfected over time, Rootella® forms fungal mycelia that attach to and effectively extend root networks.
The mycelia help plants absorb water and soil nutrients, such as those found in fertilizers and compost. Groundwork BioAg®’s unique mycorrhizal strains and production methods are the product of over thirty years of research and development, which began in Israel’s renowned Volcani Institute (ARO). Years of breeding, research, and field trials have resulted in robust and effective mycorrhizal products, based on vigorous strains originally derived from harsh Israeli desert conditions.
Over fifty years of research have shown that mycorrhizal inoculation provides a wide range of benefits:
As any experienced farmer knows, the requirement from any agricultural input product is clear: benefits must greatly outweigh cost. When it comes to mycorrhizae, the cost/benefit of an inoculant is mostly dependent upon product concentration. This is why Groundwork BioAg® has developed Rootella® mycorrhizal inoculants that boast extremely high concentrations of endomycorrhiza. Only in high concentration can a mycorrhizal inoculant achieve the following: