AGTIV® REACH™ helps plants reach and absorb more nutrients and water thanks to mycorrhizae.

Mycorrhizae Mycorrhizae
PTB297 Technology
Rhizophagus irregularis (formerly known as Glomus intraradices)
  • Expands root system
  • Enhances nutrient and water uptake
  • Promotes plant robustness and vigor

How Mycorrhizae Work

Spore germination

This mutually beneficial symbiosis between mycorrhizal fungi and plant roots begins with spore germination.  

Root Penetration

The thread-like structures, called hyphae, penetrate the roots, creating an internal network of vesicles and arbuscules for nutrient exchange. 

Hyphal Network Expansion

Thanks to the carbon supply produced by enhanced photosynthesis, the hyphae create a network in the soil, increasing the nutrient and water absorption area of the plant up to 100 times. 

Increased Nutrient and Water Absorption

This vast network acts as a second root system, enabling the plant to reach nutrients and water previously inaccessible in the soil. 

Key Benefits of Mycorrhizae for Crops

Curious to see how AGTIV® REACH™ can make a difference in your crops? Learn how mycorrhizae deliver healthier plants, enhanced growth, and improved productivity, enabling you to boost overall yield, quality, and uniformity. Experience increased fertilizer and water utilization, enhanced root mass, flower production, and plant size, along with heightened tolerance to abiotic stresses such as drought. Benefit from reduced transplant shock, improving cultivation efforts and maximizing crop productivity.



  • Annual bedding 
  • Potted flowering plants  
  • Potted foliage plants 
  • Perennials 
  • Propagation 
  • Trees and shrubs 



  1. Enhances the use of fertilizer and water
  2. Increases root mass, flower production, plant size
  3. Increases tolerance to abiotic stresses (drought resistance)
  4. Reduces transplant shock 
  5. Reduces plant losses
Comparative picture of calibracoa grown in PRO-MIX® growing media with AGTIV REACH vs without.
Calibrachoa without vs with mycorrhizae. Higher fresh and shoot dry weight biomass, larger size index and more flowers.

Controlled-Environment Agriculture


  • Vegetables 
  • Herbs and leafy greens 
  • Microgreens 
  • Propagation 
  • Small fruits and Berries 
  • Transplants



  1. Increases root mass, flower production, plant size and greener leaves 
  2. Enhances the use of fertilizer and water
  3. Improves plant strength and productivity
  4. Reduces plant losses
  5. Increases drought resistance
Comparative picture in PRO-MIX® growing media with mycorrhizae vs without. Greener leaves and canopy surface per pot, dry weight of top growth and greater biomass.
Basil without vs with mycorrhizae. Greener leaves, greater biomass, and a larger canopy surface.

Field Agriculture


  • Dry bean
  • Cereal & Flax 
  • Forages


Specialty Crops

  • Fruits & vegetables
  • Potato



  1. Quicker plant establishment
  2. Enhances the use of nutrients and water
  3. Increases tolerance to abiotic stresses (drought resistance)
  4. Bigger branches and greener leaves
  5. Increases marketable yields
Comparative slip field picture with mycorrhizae vs without. Quicker row closure, deepness of green and uniformity.
Split dry beans field without vs with mycorrhizae. Quicker row closure, deepness of green and uniformity.

Turf and Landscaping


  • Landscaping
  • Tree care
  • Lawn Care
  • Hydroseeding



  1. Decreases plant losses  
  2. Reduces transplant shock
  3. Ensures faster establishment 
  4. Reduces watering needs and fertilizer use 
  5. Improves soil structure 
Comparative picture with mycorrhizae vs without Increase root mass
Root mass of black maple without vs with mycorrhizae.



  1. Increases root mass, flower production and plant size 
  2. Better terpene profile and higher cannabinoid content 
  3. Trichome density (frostier buds) 
  4. Stronger aroma (smell) 
  5. Increases resin level (stickiness) 
Medicinal plants
Comparative picture without vs with mycorrhizae.