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Guide to planting using fungi in soil

 
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This is a really interesting framework for how to plant things together, based on how much fungi they want in the soil. I think it's really interesting and helps us to think about habitat, biomes and where in nature plants want to live:

http://sheldonfrith.com/2015/09/08/infographic-a-guide-to-ecological-companion-planting-in-temperate-climates/

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He supposedly has a spreadsheet if you email him. Sent.

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