Mycorrhizae treated plants had a faster growth rate
The Mycorrhizae lot at the start of the trial were on average smaller in height, width and stem width than the control lot. Twelve weeks after the trial was started the lots were even in all data measurements. At the end of the trials the Koromiko was 3cm higher, 7cm wider and stem width was 2mm wider. From this, I can conclude that the Mycorrhizae lot had a faster growth rate.
Most benefits were seen in the root system. On average the spread was 20cm wider and the depth was 9cm deeper.