Yes! One more piece of evidence that tree/forests guilds are effective!
Forest trees use carbon not only for themselves; they also trade large quantities of it with their neighbors, botanists report. The extensive carbon trade among trees -- even among different species -- is conducted via symbiotic fungi in the soil. Interestingly, they only saw this exchange between trees and not understory plants.
Identifying which fungi works symbiotically best with specific plant species should increase the efficiency of plant guilds. Facilitating guilds with known varieties of fungi will result in higher carbon sequestering, healthier plants and a truly efficient live soil. A win-win!
We can green the world through random acts of planting.