mycorrhizae sources and academia's fault in not having done research

don at bio-organics.com don at bio-organics.com
Mon Dec 23 05:08:59 EST 1996


Michael Roberts wrote:
> 
> can't you get it in your back yard ?

Odd are, no.  You have a far better chance of finding Glomus
Intraradices, a very common type.  But, if you have substantially
enriched the soil with fertilizers, there probably won't be any
mycorrhizal links with the plants in your yard (although there may be
dormant spores).   You won't find any types in sterile potting media,
the absolute best place to mix in a little inoculant as you are starting
seeds or cuttings!

Don Chapman
Bio/Organics Supply Center
Camarillo CA
<http://www.bio-organics.com>



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