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When plants break up: Understanding cooperative relationships between soil microbes

https://naturalnews.com/2018-07-07-understanding-cooperative-relationships-between-soil-microbes-botany.html

In fact, one of the most crucial partnerships is an interaction between plant roots and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, which is a type of soil fungi. ... Fast facts on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi - While arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi colonize the roots of various plants , the plants remain unharmed. "...

Green for green: Organic fertilizers improve crop quality

https://naturalnews.com/2018-11-13-green-for-green-organic-fertilizers-improve-crop-quality.html

Green for green: Organic fertilizers improve crop quality Tuesday, November 13, 2018 by: Edsel Cook arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi , biofertilizer , chemical fertilizers , fertilizer , goodscience , natural fertilizers , Nitrogen , nitrogen fertilizers , organic fertilizers , sweet basil Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/281895.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) Adding chemical fertilizers might boost the yield of your crop in the short ...

Organic farms have better soil (thanks to microbes)

https://naturalnews.com/030654_organic_farms_soil_microbes.html

Researchers examined soil at nine English farms for the presence of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF), which increase the ability of plant roots to absorb soil nutrients and fight disease. ... "The work provides us with new understanding which we can use to promote these fungi in agricultural systems," said researcher Gary Bending of the University of Warwick. "...

Restoring soil biodiversity: Researchers find that letting the land rest between seasons increases microorganism activity, increases carbon uptake into the soil

https://naturalnews.com/2019-03-08-restoring-soil-biodiversity-letting-the-land-rest-between-seasons.html

The researchers also noted an increased diversity in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, which are known to be involved in establishing symbiosis with plant roots. ... “This leads to increased plant-derived carbon uptake, notably through soil fungi.” "...

Conservationists looking at fungi to restore native plant populations

https://naturalnews.com/2018-08-27-conservationists-looking-at-fungi-to-restore-native-plant-populations.html

Mycorrhizal fungi live underground where they have little to no access to sunlight. ... Mycorrhizal fungi play roles so important that most native plants depend on them for survival. "...

Coffee plants grow better without chemicals; healthy soil has microbes and fungi that nourish plants and act as biofertilizers

https://naturalnews.com/2018-06-12-coffee-plants-grow-better-without-chemicals-healthy-soil-has-microbes-and-fungi-that-nourish-plants-and-act-as-biofertilizers.html

The first group are called arbuscular mycorrhiza (AM), symbiotic fungi from the phylum Glomeromycota. ... The coffee plants in the groups that received both arbuscular mycorrhiza and at least one of the P-solubilizing fungi showed improved growth and development. "...

Say hello to my little friend: Trees have developed a symbiotic relationship with fungi to survive drought stress

https://naturalnews.com/2018-08-22-trees-have-developed-a-symbiotic-relationship-with-fungus-to-survive-drought-stress.html

Say hello to my little friend: Trees have developed a symbiotic relationship with fungi to survive drought stress Wednesday, August 22, 2018 by: Rhonda Johansson biodiverisity , biology , Cenococcum geophilum , Drought , Ecology , environment , extreme conditions , extreme weather , Fungi , mycorrhizal symbiosis , plant-fungus relationship , Plants , symbiosis , symbiotic relationship Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/188541.html Copy ...

Rootworms defy Monsanto and eat away at GMO Corn in U.S. Midwest

https://naturalnews.com/033504_GMO_corn_rootworms.html

In addition to unwanted vegetation, glyphosate inhibits growth and development of mycorrhizal fungi, the microbe that fixes nitrogen in the soil and makes it available to plants, so this soil is now tainted for years. "...

Organic family farm ruined by herbicide drift: A case study (and warning for humanity)

https://naturalnews.com/2018-02-20-organic-family-farm-ruined-by-herbicide-drift.html

They’ll be planting cover crops and replenishing their soil with mycorrhizal fungi and beneficial bacteria as part of their efforts to become organic once again. "...

Study: Fortifying local beans with zinc can help reduce vitamin deficiency

https://naturalnews.com/2020-09-28-fortifying-local-beans-with-zinc-reduces-vitamin-deficiency.html

Meanwhile, mycorrhizal fungi have been shown to release natural substances that can degrade organic compounds, thus increasing mineral concentrations in organically grown produce. "...

Climate-based courting: Trees take note of climate when establishing symbiotic relationships

https://naturalnews.com/2020-02-29-trees-take-note-of-climate-symbiotic-relationships.html

In turn, the tree shares some of the food that it produces using the energy of the sun with these bacteria and fungi. ... Depending on the rate of decomposition, trees will choose to partner with different types of fungi. "...

Mycelium Running: How Mushrooms Can Help Save the World (Book Review)

https://naturalnews.com/022797_mushrooms_mycelium_health.html

There are four types of fungi : saprophytes, parasites, mycorrhizal and endophytes. ... Mycorrhizal fungi are vital to the health of forests because it transports nutrients to different species of trees. "...

Researchers discover a protein in plant roots that could help reduce the need for chemical fertilizers

https://naturalnews.com/2020-09-16-plant-protein-could-reduce-fertilizer-use.html

In 2019, scientists from Cornell University ‘s Boyce Thompson Institute (BTI) identified the genes that enable plants to interact with beneficial soil-dwelling fungi called arbuscular mycorrhizae (AM). ... To do this, the fungi colonize the roots, creating an interface for nutrient exchange. "...

Seven reasons you should eat organic

https://naturalnews.com/036957_organic_food_farming_benefits.html

Organic farms have a much more diverse range of fungi living in the soil, experts say. "Of particular interest were arbuscular mycorrhizae, also known as AMF, in which the fungus penetrates the roots of plants. "...