We continue with the new experiment of mycorrhized zucchini research, and this time we are going to investigate their production in garden conditions.
With the mycorrhizae we produced in 2020, 200 zucchini seeds were mycorrhized and sown in seedbeds of 6 * 4 alveoli in a mixture of a poor substrate, a mixture of sand, vermiculite, coconut fiber and compost, the latter in a very low proportion to force mycorrhization. Each alveolus, from half of the seedlings, was mycorrhized with 10 ml of the mycorrhizal substrate produced by us. The seeds were planted the first week of March and a few weeks ago they were transplanted in the greenhouse and today we have taken the remaining plants to the garden of Los Majuelos. We have had to wait until the nights were not too cold because they are not protected in the open air. The garden of Los Majuelos is run by the Association for Training and Employment Promotion in the Rural Environment: El Colletero, with whom Clean-Biotec has been collaborating for years in the application of mycorrhizae.
We want to know if plant production with mycorrhizae is as efficient in protected crops in greenhouses as in the open air.
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