[NAFEX] Mycorrhizal fungi and fungicides (leeks)

Tom Olenio tolenio at sentex.net
Sat Mar 6 19:24:11 EST 2004


Hi,

Leeks are exactly what some commercial producers use, if they do not use ayger (sp?) (media), or prior to succes
in propagation in media.

If you look for technical papers on myco fungi, you will a lot of scientists using leeks in their studies.

Some plants are better hosts for certain strains of myco fungi, makes sense to use them.

Throw these terms into Google "mycorrhizal hosts propagation" and you should get something.  Add leeks and it
will be more specific.

Later,
Tom



Dylan Ford wrote:

>  "Tom Olenio" wrote:
>
>                                     "Leeks are perfect companion plants for
> growing myco fungi."
>
> Tom - Interesting post. Why, specifically, leeks? dylan
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