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  1. Mycorrhizal Science

    Above: an electron microscope image of Mycorrhizal Spores and Hyphae What does the word Mycorrhizae Mean? “Mycor” is the Latin word for ‘fun...
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  2. Mycorrhizal Science for Landscape Contractors

    You finish off every landscape project with the best plants that you can find – this living, breathing 'touch of nature' is the icing on the cake! A...
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  3. Mycorrhizal Science for Growers

    The propagation and finishing of landscape plants for the contractor and homeowner markets has been highly refined and streamlined over time. Sterile ...
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  4. Author Peter Wohlleben's new best-selling book reveals the secret lives of trees to all of us.

    German forester Peter Wohlleben has been watching, listening to, and working with forest trees all of his life. He has developed a keen understanding ...
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  5. An Ectomycorrhizae - Laccaria bicolor - pops up next to Aspen and Birch in October

    Laccaria bicolor are an ectomycorrhizal partner of a number of hardwood deciduous trees and conifers, and these mushroom caps appear briefly in the fa...
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  6. How did the first land plants successfully migrate from ancient oceans?

    The Epic Journey from the Ocean to Dry Land - and the Mycorrhizal Advantage We now know how important mycorrhizal fungi are to the billions of plants...
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  7. Rising CO² Levels Mean Plants Need Beneficial Fungi to Acquire Nutrients - New Study Published

    We all know that Green Plants 'breathe in' Carbon Dioxide and convert it to oxygen during photosynthesis. So, one might think that rising CO² levels ...
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  8. Root Rescue Weather has Arrived! Throw your New Plantings a Life Line!

    Here's the local forecast where I am here at the west end of Lake Ontario. This drought weather pattern leads to the failure of all kinds of landscape...
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  9. Phenology - Watch Nature's Signals - Your Reward? Morels!

    May 24th just passed, and here in Southern Ontario, the risk of frost is 'traditionally' behind us at last. But anybody who's ever made their living i...
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  10. Bob Reeves Interview on CH Morning Live TV

    Bob Reeves describes the idea behind Root Rescue's new mycorrhizal plant starter on Hamilton's CH Morning Live Show with Annette Hamm. The quick (5-mi...
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  11. Mycorrhizae can Restore Life to Suburban Soils

    It’s not much of a stretch to imagine that the way we build our roads, homes, shopping malls and schools is hard on the living microbes in the alrea...
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