Posted: 16/11/2017 at 20:46
Interesting problem. I wouldn't dig up the plants you already have in again. That could be too much of a shock for them. If you were in England I would say don't apply it now as it is too cold. But microrhyzal cultures need moisture to work and summer in Cyprus is baking hot and dry, so now could be your best time, as you should get 5 or 6 months of relatively rainy weather. What I would do is mix it with your compost and dig a shallow trench around the plants you have in, some distance from them so as not to damage any roots they already have, and let the rain do the rest for you. If that is too much trouble as you have too many, just pick the ones you think will most benefit. Anything you plant from now on (and winter is an excellent time to plant in a Mediterranean climate) you can mix it in of course, Don't worry about cold. We lived in a mountain village in Spain and though a few plants suffered some superficial damage from light frosts, nothing well-established suffered long-term. Good luck. Ian.
Last edited: 16 November 2017 20:50:57