Originally Posted by Duekster
You first said there was no proof Mycrorizia worked in the field. I gave proof right? People have trees in their lawn right? There is a trial showing Mycorrizia do work in field trials. Lets get that one point straight first.
Then I will move forward with the turf aspects.
You haven't shown me that it works in trees maintained as part of a landscape. Maybe this is a fault of academia. However, I have seen hundreds of studies that show that mycorrhizae innoculation is ineffective in landscape situations. But, you show me a few claims. If you can find the peer-reviewed papers, I will be more than happy to take a look.
However, I don't see any justification in throwing money at something that isn't proven to work.