Re: Mycorrhizal research
- Subject: [cg] Re: Mycorrhizal research
- From: "lisa vandyke" <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 05 Apr 2002 20:54:27 -0600
all the data and info I've been privy to says that mycorrhizia are
ubiquitious and just possibly an advantage when tranplanting woodies that
are hard to establish and were container grown. All soil contains
mycorrhizia, but soilless mixes do not. There are a few types of this
innoculant, different root systems are found with different types, but
honestly, it is just another opportunity to sell an "organic" product. Given
time, the innoculant is everywhere.
Lisa in mpls.
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