Fungi are among the 7 life forms in the complete soil microbe biome. Other components of the soil microbial ecosystem include bacteria, archaea, amoebae, flagellates, beneficial nematodes and micro-arthropods. One particular type of fungi is mycorrhizal fungi which coexist with most plants. The following You-Tube gives a good overview of mycorrhiza and can be found on the SymSoil You Tube channel under “SymSoil Recommends” Playlist.
Mycorrhyzal fungi are a key component of the complete soil biome, or Soil Food Web, and live and reproduce on living plants.
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