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Mycorrhizal and Protozoan Health

Rocks — The Refuge of the Mircoworld.

An often dismissed component in plant health is the comparative distribution of rocks to plants in a given landscape. The sight beneath a rock is quite predictable to those who have ever been outside. The soil is moist and dark with a possible biological makeup of various arthropods such as arachnids, crustacean, and insects. On even a smaller…




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Nicholas Porter

Nicholas Porter

Researcher. Software. Plants.

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