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Has anyone (scientific types,experiencened hosta growers, know it alls,
know it not, rookies, kookies, etc.)  had any experinence with
mycorrhizae and hostas?  The word mycorrhiaze literally means" fungus
roots" and defines the association between plant roots and specialized
soil fungi. Wow almost sounds scientific!! These fungi sound intresting
and I wondered if anyone has used them before.  Just thought I'd throw
it out there.CH the deuce how bout you?


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