Soil life receives more attention. Mycorrhizal fungi are part of soil life. Numerous plants, trees and agricultural crops associate with mycorrhizal fungi.
Mycorrhizal fungi are beneficial for plants and trees as well for the soil: root growth is stimulated, resistance against diseases is enhanced, soil health and soil structure are improved. These benefits of mycorrhizal fungi increases the vitality and growth of plants, trees and crops.
Would you like to learn what mycorrhizal fungi are, how to practice sustainable soil management and how to apply mycorrhizal fungi in modern agriculture? Take a course at the Biomygreen Academy given by Dr. Ir. Jacqueline Baar.
The following courses are offered by the Biomygreen on a regular basis or on request:
Basic course on mycorrhizal fungi
What are mycorrhizal fungi, what is their functional role and what is the benefit of using them?
Sustainable soil management
Healthy soil has a great diversity of soil life and has a good soil structure. What does a healthy soil look like? How can we manage a soil in a sustainable way with a role for beneficial soil organisms, including mycorrhizal fungi?
Mycorrhizal fungi in modern agriculture
What is the best way to use mycorrhizal fungi in modern agricultural systems, and what are the benefits? This course can be adjusted to a specific crop on request.
Are you interested in a course? Contact Biomygreen by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org or call +31(0)26-205 1099.
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