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X-ray Nautilus shell by Bert Myers. Love that I see nautilus shells all the time

Funghi -Il più grande del mondo è quello che è stato scoperto nelle Blue Mountains (Oregon, USA). Cerca con Google

The Giant Honey Mushroom is the world's largest living organism, except it's mostly underground. Its roots cover 800 hectares. This is where fairies live. And not far away is the magic far away tree

Lobelia inflata   Respiratory problems as bronchitis, spasmodic asthma, whooping cough, spasmodic croup, membranous croup and even tonsillitis and pneumonia

sugaratoms: Giant Lobelia Photograph by George F. Mobley The leaves of a giant lobelia plant, photographed on Mount Kilimanjaro’s Shira Plateau in Tanzania, spiral around the center.

How to Grow Your Soil with Mycorrhizae and Beneficial Bacteria (Video) - Organic Gardening - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

How to Grow Your Soil with Mycorrhizae and Beneficial Bacteria (Video) - Organic Gardening

The Soil is alive with mycorrhizae and beneficial bacteria. Learn the ways to foster a healthy living soil by mulching, growing nitrogen fixing crops and chop and drop them back into the soil. Grow the soil and the soil will grow your plants.

Great article about mycorrhizal fungi and it's significance in the health of our soil and gardens.

Conifer seedling root structure belang etc myccorhizale fungi

Great article about mycorrhizal fungi and it's significance in the health of our soil and gardens.

Conifer seedling root structure belang etc myccorhizale fungi

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I love ferns! Close up of a Fern Frond.which will open into a Fern leaf, or in this case many leaves.

Vivd | Mixed | Color | Colour | цвет | カラー | Couleur | Colore |

Botanica Magnifica is the photography portfolio of Jonathan Singer. Some of his work focusses on photographing endangered flowers.

Mycorrhizal fungal filaments (mycelia) radiate into  the soil from mycorrhizae-colonized root tips, extending the capacity of the plant’s root system to absorb water and nutrients

Mycorrhizal Fungi, Nature's Key to Plant Survival and Success

Mycorrhizal fungal filaments (mycelia) radiate into the soil from mycorrhizae-colonized root tips, extending the capacity of the plant’s root system to absorb water and nutrients

mycorrhizae-fungi

Mycorrhizal fungus – Root friends

Mychorrizae - Glomeromycota - Fungi (form symbiotic relationship with plant roots)

Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus. Apply 100g Mycoroot™ Green per 10m2 (200Kg / ha). Incorporate into the soil or growing medium. Seed lawn or plant transplants. Water after planting.:

Apply Mycoroot™ Green per / ha). Incorporate into the soil or growing medium. Seed lawn or plant transplants. Water after planting.

Mycorrhizal hyphae.

Mycorrhizal hyphae.

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