Urban horticulturists see the benefits of mycorrhizal fungi

Lately, there's been a lot of enthusiasm for urban horticulture and those who practice it are discovering the benefits of a healthy soil. However, due to the heat islands and wind factor on the roof of buildings, growing conditions can be stressful for plants.

There are numerous challenges, but they can be minimized by using mycorrhizal fungi inoculants and/or other beneficial soil organisms (bacteria, beneficial nematodes, earthworms, etc.) to increase the plant’s resistance to these difficult environmental conditions.

Read all about it in this PRO-MIX article.

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