Soil Biology: Fungi Part V - Diversify

Diversity – When is it important?

Diversity in mycorrhizal fungi is important, but it’s also important to be semi-selective in the process! For instance, popular products on the market have a variety of mycorrhizae, but some of them do not actually contribute to the system. For instance, products that contain ectomycorrhizal fungi are only beneficial when dealing with strictly woody-stemmed plants like trees and will not assist in the uptake of minerals in soft-stemmed plants like fruits and vegetables. 

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