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ROBIN pépinières HAUTE PER­FOR­MANCE® ec­to­my­corhizal plants

Although Ec­to­my­c­or­rhizae make up only 3 to 5 % of the earth's plant species they are ex­tremely im­por­tant to forestry.
The pH of the soil is one of the im­por­tant fac­tors in the choice of my­c­or­rhizal species the best adapted to the plan­ta­tion site.
We pro­duce in our lab­o­ra­tory a range of fungi adapted to dif­ferent host species, to dif­ferent types of po­si­tional con­di­tions and the soils in par­tic­ular.

THE EN­DOMY­C­OR­RHIZAE we cul­ti­vate :

He­be­loma crus­tulin­i­forme

The stock He­be­loma crus­tulin­i­forme ROBIN that we have se­lected in our lab­o­ra­tory en­ables us to ob­tain a sig­nif­i­cant im­prove­ment in the re­sults of crops on chalky lime­stone land.

It with­stands humid, slightly clayey ground quite well.
The prin­cipal con­trolled my­c­or­rhized plants HAUTE PER­FOR­MANCE® with He­be­loma crus­tulin­i­forme ROBIN which we pro­pose:

  • FAGUS syl­vatica (Eu­ro­pean Beech)
  • PINUS nigra aus­triaca (Aus­trian Pine)           
  • QUERCUS ilex (Holly Oak)                 
  • QUERCUS pubescens (Downy Oak)              
  • PINUS halepensis (Aleppo pine)                 
  • CE­DRUS at­lantica (Atlas Ceder)                  
  • PINUS pinea (Stone Pine)
  • PINUS Halepensis (Aleppo Pine)

    SGREG Vitrolles site Cistus albidus and Hebeloma crustuliniformeFructification in the nursery of HEBELOMA  crustuliniforme on Pin d'Alep  (Pinus halepensis)  Robin ANTI-CHIGNON®  R400 container

Read the ar­ticle pub­lished in the "Lien Hor­ti­cole" dated 19th Oc­tober 2011


Pinus laricio corsicana.  Plantation on hostile soils.   (coalmine area) ONF  Alès (30). Seasonal growth of vegetation

Lac­caria bi­color

The con­trolled my­c­or­rhized plants with a stock of Lac­caria bi­color ROBIN chosen by our lab­o­ra­tory en­able an im­prove­ment in re­sults of crops planted in acidic or de­car­bon­ated soil.
Some of the Host Species avail­able using con­trolled inoc­u­lated with LAC­CARIA bi­color ROBIN

  • FAGUS syl­vatica (Eu­ro­pean Beech)
  • LARIX de­cidua (Eu­ro­pean Larch)
  • QUERCUS bo­re­alis (Cham­pion Oak)
  • PINUS lar­icio cor­si­cana
  • QUERCUS ses­sil­iflora (Ses­sile Oak)
  • PINUS nigra aus­triaca (Aus­trian Pine)
  • CE­DRUS at­lantica (Atlas Ceder)
  • PINUS pinea (Stone Pine)

    Improvement of the survival 1+0 GR430 mycorhizzs with LACCARIA bicolor Mesured 2 years after plantation of laricio pine of Corsica (Pinus laricio corsicana)

    Increase of the growth of young  LACCARIA  bicolor. Mesures 2 years after plantation corsicana) 1+0 GR430 mycchorized with laricio pines of Corsica (Pinus laricio )

Suillus Collinitus

Im­proves the re­covery and de­vel­op­ment of Pines in par­tic­ular:

  • On lime­stone or marly soil                   
  • PINUS nigra aus­triaca (Aus­trian Pine)
  • PINUS halepensis (Aleppo Pine)
  • On de­car­bon­ated soils

-Stone Pine
-PINUS pinaster (Mar­itime Pine)      
-PINUS sylvestris (Scots Pine)
-PINUS lar­icio salz­mann

Pisolithus tinc­to­rius

Im­proves the re­covery and de­vel­op­ment of pines, espe­cially :

  • On de­car­bon­ated soils

-PINUS pinaster (Mar­itime Pine)             
-Stone Pine

Fructification in nurseries of RHIZOPOGON rubescens  ROBIN ANTI-CHIGNON® R430 container on Austrian black pine (Pinus nigra austriaca) Rhi­zo­pogon rubescens

This fungus is quite in­de­pen­dent from soil types, but it ben­e­fits prin­ci­pally :

  • On the sand of coastal dunes

-Stone Pine    
-PINUS pinaster (Mar­itime Pine)

Tes­ti­monies :

Lettre from Mr. MEIL­LAND REY com­pany SATMA de­part­ment of the ex­ploita­tion of quar­ries 38081

Re: SATMA site - dé­parte­ment ex­ploita­tion de car­rières

« The use of con­trolled my­c­or­rhhizal plants is par­tic­u­larly useful for the re­nat­u­ral­iza­tion of de­graded sites like quar­ries.
The ex­ploita­tion of quar­ries must be car­ried out se­ri­ously in order to guar­antee the quality of pro­duc­tion and to en­able a per­fectly co­or­di­nated re­de­vel­op­ment Our planting con­di­tions, which are often dif­fi­cult, have com­pelled us to search methods which are most adapted to guar­an­teeing rapid re­covery and de­vel­op­ment. Our choice fell on
con­trolled my­c­or­rhized plants. For many years we have made avail­able ei­ther for di­rect pur­chase, or under a cul­ti­va­tion con­tract at ROBIN Nurs­eries dif­ferent species in order to re­forest our ex­ploited sites.»