AGTIV® REACH™ P is an endomycorrhizal inoculant in powder form ideal for mixing with alfalfa, mix forage and grass seeds at planting time.

* The following plant families cannot be colonized by the fungus contained in AGTIV™.

  • Brassicaceae (canola, mustard)
  • Chenopodiaceae (spinach, beets)
  • Polygonaceae (buckwheat)


Active Ingredients

  • Endomycorrhizal inoculum : Glomus intraradices- 8 000 viable spores/g


Storage and Handling

  • Store in a cool, dry place.
  • Do not freeze or expose to temperatures above 35°C (95°F).
  • Avoid severe temperature variation.
  • Close tightly after use.
  • Respect the best before date on the label.
  • Avoid prolonged inhalation of dust. Use of a dust mask when handling is recommended.



Mix AGTIV® REACH™ evenly with seeds at a rate of 725 ml of product/hectare (1 ¼ cup/acre). One 1.6 kg pail of product covers up to 8 ha (20 acres). It is possible to use a dry seed treater to deliver the powder (see below for details).

The product is compatible with legume inoculants.

  • AGTIV® REACH™ may "bulk up" seeds. It is important to calibrate the seeder to ensure correct seeding rate is attained.
  • When planting, avoid using AGTIV® REACH™ with wet equipment. Allow the equipment to dry and make sure that all the mechanisms and the piping of the seeder are dry. It is also possible to use a neutral absorbent to absorb excess water.
  • For optimum results, it is recommended to seed within 8 hours following coating with AGTIV® REACH™. Ensure proper seed-soil contact to minimize any desiccation of the mycorrhizal inoculant.
  • Do not mix with granular or liquid fertilizers.
  • Do not mix AGTIV® REACH™ and fungicide seed treatments in the same tank. Apply to seed once treatment is dry.


Dry seed treaters
A dry seed treater can be used to easily deliver AGTIV® REACH™ onto seeds. It is recommended to perform a calibration test with the device to adjust the flow rate to the drill box filling rate.


How it works

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Video Resources

Mycorrhizae symbiosis establishment:



  • Rhizobium fixes Nitrogen in the nodules
  • Increases root growth
  • Mycorrhizal fungi produce hyphae that penetrate root cells to produce exchange structures
  • Mycorrhizal fungi produce hyphae that extend into the soil and increase absorptive capacity for water and mineral nutrients (P, Cu, Zn)
  • Mycorrhizal fungi improve the plant’s absorption capabilities by transferring directly to root via mycorrhizal network
  • Active rhizosphere: 5cm
  • Increases yield
  • Increases crop quality
  • Increases tolerance to drought
  • Optimizes fertilizer use


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