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What are mycorrhizae?

Mycorrhizae are highly specialized, natural connections formed between plants and beneficial soil-occurring microorganisms called mycorrhizal fungi. The fungi connect to the root system and develop a massive underground network of filament-like extensions, enabling plants to maximize access to soil nutrients and water.

Enhanced root systems created by the application of mycorrhizae create more drought, pest and disease resistant plants in addition to increasing yields.

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