We have been eating mycorrhizated courgettes since the 1st of July, we are at the end of August and we are still eating them.
One of the results we have observed is that flowering occurs 7 to 10 days earlier in the mycorrhizated courgettes and this also translates into an earlier start of fruit picking. The mycorrhizal courgettes started harvesting on the 1st of July, while the non-mycorrhizal courgettes started harvesting on the 6th of July.
The difference in plant size four weeks after transplanting is evident, with much greater biomass in the mycorrhizal plants.
The yield is also higher, taking courgettes with a standard size between 20 and 25 cm long so far we have obtained more than 240% more product on the mass mycorrhizated plants and with more than double the number of courgettes since we started harvesting at the beginning of July.
And as we can see in the photo, the appearance of a mycorrhizated courgette plant after being transplanted in May is still very vigorous, so we will continue to enjoy the courgettes for several more weeks.
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