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This is an Open Access publication of Taylor & Francis Online.
I just read one article on mycorrhizal fungi and globe artichokes - http://www.tandfonline.com/action/showMostReadArticles?journalCode=ucsu20#.VJBzLRB7-kw
and found it interesting and informative. It is an academic journal, and written as such, but there's a valuable permie takeaway from this article - a specific mycorrhizal fungi for innoculating globe artichokes for maximum performance.

I am sure there are other papers with helpful information in this journal.

And there are numerous other journals published as open access that can be found on the Taylor & Francis website.
 
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Thanks for sharing Peter, it's so important to spread the knowledge of open access journals.
 
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