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Fungal inoculant update

Sporic Meiosis illustrated in diagram


Turns out I got a little ahead of myself with yesterday's experiment.

Spring will be a better time to experiment with a fungal inoculant. Spores might survive over the winter, but they'll have a better chance of thriving with higher soil temperatures.

Image credit goes to Wikipedia.



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