Mycorrhizae is a symbiotic relationship between roots of the most types of Vascular plants and fungi. These symbionts are characterized by a two directional movement of nutrients, whereby the fungi take up carbon while the nutrients are transferred to the plant, and thus there is a link between the plant root and the soil in infertile soils, As the growth of the Mycorrhizae in the plant roots greatly increases the surface area of the root absorption, the absorption of nutrients by the mycorrhiza fungi leads to improve plant growth and production, according to this, Mycorrhizae plants are more able to withstand environmental stresses compared to non-mycorrhizal plants. Mycorrhizae vary in form and function, including the fungus Ectomycorrhiza, Endomycorrhiza with other type, as well as increasing plant immunity and helping to reduce pathogens and harmful organisms (for example, fungi are effective against nematodes and some types of fungi, they can elimination to 60 types of pathogens that cause rot and scab) and help accelerate the flowering process and accelerate the process of crop survival and it affects the growth of green mass.
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