PureECTO mycorrhiza form mutual symbiotic relationships with woody plants, including birch, beech, willow, pine, oak, spruce, fir and roses. Ectomycorrhizal relationships are characterized by an intercellular surface known as the Hartig Net. The Hartig Net consists of highly branched hyphae connecting the epidermal and cortical root cells. The fungi form a dense hyphal sheath surrounding the root’s surface. This is known as the mantle. These mycorrhizal propagules, colonize roots and extend into the surrounding soil forming an essential link between plants and soil resources. Increasing the root area allows improved access to water and nutrients, promoting plant quality and crop performance.
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