mycorrhizal fungi lives in a symbiotic relationship with plants enabling them to extract nutrients and hold onto water in very difficult soil conditions. In effect, the fungus provides a secondary root system, a system that is considerably more efficient and extensive than the plants own root system. These fungi are living organisms and will live with the plant, sourcing a continued nutrient supply for its entire lifetime. In exchange the plant provides carbon and sugars to the fungi. This symbiotic relationship enhances the plants root system’s capacity to deliver nutrients. Just 1 teaspoon can contain up to 5000 pieces of fungi all ready to explode into growth, colonising every millimetre of a plants roots in a matter of days. That’s all the scientific stuff, now let’s see if mycorrhizal fungi works. This is a FREE subscription channel.
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