RTI-Ag introduces economic and highly effective soil microbial inoculants and teabag fertilizer. Experience the increase in crop yields while also improving moisture and nutrient management results.

The Microbial Matrix

A healthy soil is supported by a vast world of microbes: bacteria, viruses, and fungi that live in or around the plant system. Soils require certain components and capacities such as a source of nutrients (organic matter), cation exchange capabilities, an aggregate structure for roots to penetrate, and most importantly, host plants that can support this background of billions of microbes.  RTI-Ag is an industry leader when it comes to the quality and consistency of its microbial root inoculants. 

Research and Development

Here at RTI-Ag, we work a countless amount of hours on research and development to ensure you get the highest quality products for your crops. With 7,000 sq. ft. of greenhouses, a 1-acre field trial lot, a quality control lab and an in vitro lab, we can reproduce many types of environmental situations for a wide variety of crops.  

Teabag Fertilizer Technology

Fertilization at planting makes a huge difference in plant establishment & long-term growth in orchards and vineyards. Transplanting with RTI-Ag's "teabag" fertilizer provide a supplemental source of plant nutrients that are readily available to the seedlings. Designed to be applied directly with the roots at transplant, these nutrient delivery systems can help establish a better root system from the beginning.

rti ag mexico pepper trials 2018
Mexico-Trials 2
Broccoli Germination Trial
Mexico-Trials
Mykos Liquid Lettuce Trials
Mykos Liquid Inoculation
Mykos Root Cell Inoculation

For more information concerning distribution, placing an order, product questions/applications, and field trials contact us at 1-800-784-4769.

RTI-Ag

5355 Monterey Frontage Rd 

Gilroy, CA, 95020

800-784-4769 

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Mykos Liquid Lettuce Trials

The lettuce on the right was inculcated with our Mykos Liquid. By increasing the root mass, the lettuce grows exceptionally larger than without it on the left.