Our leafy world would be impossible without the help of nutrient-producing soil fungi that live on plant roots.
The majority of land plants rely on friendly fungi to extract the key nutrients nitrogen and phosphorous from the soil. These mycorrhizal fungi form a network of root extensions from plant root systems while receiving carbohydrates in return for their service.
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4 Species Endomycorrhizae
60,000 propagules per pound