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How the microbiome mines the soil for nutrients & how their demise will domino effect all other life

 
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More research in the News science news feeds on how mycorrhizal fungi mine the soil for nutrients for their hosts and the dangers industrial Ag is doing to this system. This is almost similar to another post I had last year on mycorrhizal fungi mining the soils, but further research is shedding light on the subject. Also how climate change and industrial disruption are causing major failure in these systems. Organic Farming by means of Biomimetics makes so much more logical sense. I just never get tired of this subject even after 30+ years of working with it.

How the Microbiome mines the soil for nutrients and how it's demise may have a domino effect on all other life

 
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Fascinating. Thank you for posting this.

Fungi are amazing.
 
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Another great article, Kevin. There is so much to learn about and be fascinated by in our world.
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