ROOTS (monodose) is an innovative ecological product that has a preventive role, to populate the soil with microorganisms, to stimulate root development and to activate the helix.

ROOTS its administered as such directly to the root, no other operations are required, at the same time as the administration of mineral oil Fortis Mineral T.P.

Due to its microorganism content, it ensures the protection of the tree/shrub/cutting, aerates the soil, releases nutrients and activates the natural protection system.

ROOTS content

  • Trichoderma hamatum;
  • Trichoderma atroviride; 
  • Trichoderma koningii; 
  • Trichoderma lonigbrachiatum;
  • Trichoderma reesei;
  • Azospirillum lipoferum; 
  • Bacillus subtilis; 
  • Bacillus amyloliquefaciens; 
  • Bacillus licheniformis; 
  • 8 Endo-Mycorrhizae; 
  • 7 Ecto-Mycorrihizae; 
  • 5 Trichoderma; 
  • Humic acids; 
  • Ascophyllium nodosum; 
  • Amino acids.

The role of Trichoderma mushrooms

  • Destroy soil diseases;
  • Support root development;
  • Direct competition with pathogens for space and nutrients;
  • Causes plants to synthesize biostatic compounds;
  • Infects fungal pathogens;
  • Stimulates the production of substances with a defensive role;
  • Facilitates the absorption of mineral nutrients;

The role of Bacillus Subtilis

  • Biocontrol (destroys soil diseases);
  • Direct competition with pathogens for space and nutrients;
  • It infects the fungal hives of pathogens;

The role of Bacillus Amyloliquefaciens

  • Stimulates the production of sugar, enzymes and vitamins;
  • Stimulates root development;
  • Extremely effective against Botrytis, Fusarium, Pythium and Rhizoctonia;

The role of amino acids

  • Stimulates the flowering process;
  • Brings a significant ratio to the size and color of the fruit;
  • Increases the ratio of sugar and acidity (Brix);

The role of humic acids

  • Unlocks nutrients from the soil;
  • Increases the permeability of membranes allowing the absorption of nutrients; 
  • Stimulates the development and multiplication of soil microorganisms;
  • Reduces over-salinity issues; 
  • Reduces soil erosion;

The role of Ascophyllum nodosum

  • Provides the necessary auxins, cytokinins, micro and macro elements; 
  • High content of gibberellins, betaines, polysaccharides and amino acids;

The role of Azospirillum lipoferum

  • Colonizes the roots by fixing nitrogen, phytohormones and hormones;
  • Develops the root system; 
  • Facilitates nutrient absorption; 
  • Strengthens the immune system;

The role of mycorrhizae

A mycorrhiza is a form of symbiosis between fungi and plants in which a fungus comes in contact with the fine root system of a plant. Due to their specific characteristics, mycorrhizae are traditionally divided into three different groups: ectomycorrhizae, endomycorrhizal and arbuscular mycorrhizae. Another classification distinguishes between five mycorrhizae, namely orthoid, ectopic, arbutoid, ericoid and arbuscular as two antagonistic forms.

The mycelium (all branched hyphae) forms a dense sheath around the young root tips, still without bark. As a reaction, the ends of the roots swell and no longer develop hairs. After the needles are missing, the mushroom hyphae take over. Thus, fungal hyphae grow in the root cortex but do not penetrate their cells, but form in the extracellular spaces a network that facilitates the exchange of nutrients between the fungus and the plant, the so-called “Hartig Network” (after the German forest botanist Robert Hartig, 1839-1901 ).

They reach very far into the soil matrix, ensuring good and extensive absorption of nutrients and water. In addition, mycorrhizae protect the roots of trees from infections by penetrating bacteria or other fungi.

Physical-Chemical Properties

ROOTS (single dose) is a dark brown liquid with a specific odor.

Storage and validity term

5 – 25 degrees Celsius, protected from sunlight and frost / 24 months from the date of manufacture.

Recommended dosages

  • 1 x ROOTS monodose (0,5l bottle) / fruit tree / shrub / vine cutting. The monodose is administered directly to the root.
  • 5L / ha in 200-400 liters of water

Target cultures

Fruit bushes, apple, pear tree, apricot, peach, cherry, plum, fig, vine.

Trichoderma hamatum

Azospirillum lipoferum

Bacillus subtilis

Humic acids