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Old 05-31-2012, 12:49 PM
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BTW, perhaps you didn't see the references in Zuberer's paper -- work from the University of Rhode Island that showed that innoculation of mycorrhizae was ineffective at changing natural populations of mycorrhizae and that ALL soils (even straight sand) had millions of mycorrhizae hyphae per gram of soil.

So far, the evidence shows that adding mycorrhizae to the soil doesn't influence what's already there.
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