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Home Publications National Nursery Proceedings 1978 Mycorrizae of Forest Trees in Northeastern Nurseries

Mycorrizae of Forest Trees in Northeastern Nurseries

Mycorrhizal fungi are found in association with nearly all forest tree species. These specialized fungi are beneficial because they invade the root tissue and form a structure called "mycorrhizae." Mycorrhizae are very beneficial to tree growth and with certain species, such as pine, are indispensable for their growth.

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Author(s): Robert L. Anderson

Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1978

Event: Northeastern Area Nurserymen's Conference
1978 - East Lansing, MI

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