SR1: Cereals

£55.00 + VAT

SR1 Cereals contains soil dwelling Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and plant derived biostimulants that act to increase the effective root area of treated crops. Plants efficiency is enhanced through increased nutrient and water uptake. Mycorrhizal Fungi improve natural plant defences and develop a framework for other beneficial soil microbes.

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Additional information

Weight 10 kg
Dimensions 30 × 30 × 20 cm


  • Increased N and P availability and uptake
  • Increased crop quality and yield
  • Improves systematic resistance of plants
  • Builds active microbial communities
  • Enhances drought tolerance and water efficiency


SR1 offers to cereal crops growers the ability to harness natural microorganisms to achieve yield benefits as well as improved plant and soil health. Applied using a granular applicator (e.g. Stocks AG or Techneat) or as a seed blend, PlantWorks’ SR1 granular mycorrhizal fungi can be placed precisely in the seed zone and once germinated will associate with compatible crops within as little as two weeks. The added biostimulant contains molasses and plant derived amino acids to support mycorrhizal development and further enhance benefits for treated crops.

Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) associate with 90% of all crop plants. By growing into the root, as well as accessing large areas of soil around the plant, these remarkable fungi effectively increase the uptake surface area of plant roots up to 700 times. Additionally plant defence mechanisms are improved by the partnership. Put simply, plants colonised by AMF are healthier and significantly more efficient at collecting water and nutrients from the soil.



  • 10L ~ 10kg tubs
  • Application Rate – 10L ~ 10kg/ha
  • Granular formulation with added biostimulant
  • Proprietary blend of UK cultivated arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF)
  • AMF component contains active structures of 6 species at min 150,000 propagules per Litre.

Trial Data




SDS Smart Rotations 1 Cereals

Compatibility to Pesticides