What We Do
Janerette's researches, develops, mass produces, and distributes the finest mycorrhizae inoculants for sustainable agriculture, forestry and environmental needs.
Our internationally patented mycorrhizal inoculants are ready to impact agricultural production through proven increased yield output. This will assist in eradicating forecasted global food shortages due to the ever-growing world population.
Reforestation efforts will benefit from our forestry inoculants. Tree and foliage growth will be expedited reducing carbon dioxide concentration, helping to restore endangered species from extinction and improving water sources by reducing soil erosion.
Tireless research efforts are directed at developing viable waste management, bioremediation and biocontrol solutions that will help toward returning mother earth to a pure and beautiful state.
Why Janerette's Eco-Friendly Fungi?
Our groundbreaking patented fungal inoculants are designed to increase crop yield, reclaim unresponsive soils, produce crops in drought conditions, grow crops in sand, minimize or even eradicate fertilizer requirement, and reduce pathogens and disease. Janerette's inoculants also increase nutrient (including minerals such as phosphorus) and water absorption, increase root health and longevity, increase tolerance to high soil temperatures, increase tolerance to toxic heavy metals, and increases tolerance to extremes in pH and transplant shock. All of our inoculants also have an extended shelf life of over ten years, and are Organic Materials Review Institution (OMRI) certified ISO 17065.
The future of agriculture, forestry and our environment is here. Learn more about mycorrhizal technology and our work by visiting our knowledge center located within our customer success section. You may also interact with other consumers and visitors via our chat room, or read reviews through customer success. Janerette's complete line of eco-friendly inoculants can also be viewed and purchased here on our website by visiting our products page. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions. Thank you for visiting us today. It is our pleasure to serve you!
Invasion of the Beneficial Fungi
University of Delaware Magazine
If Carol Janerette asks for some space in your greenhouse to grow a few asparagus plants, be prepared to give up a lot of terrain.
Another Green Revolution?
Organic Gardening Magazine
A lowly fungus that feeds nutrients to plants in poor soils could spark a second green revolution, reducing dependence on fertilizers worldwide while boosting plant yields ...
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