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How to make the most of mycorrhizal fungi



How to make the most of mycorrhizal fungi



American Nurseryman 153(11): 9,38,40,42,44



Use of selected mycorrhizal fungi can improve plant growth in the nursery production area and increase survival rates after planting, with lower energy requirements and production costs.

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