Helping Plants Draw Moisture From Air

Taylor HillmanDrought, Environment, Water, Weather

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As AgNet West reported before, mycorrhizae is a fungi that lives on plant roots in the soil and branches out to help the plant draw in moisture and nutrients that the current root system can’t get to. Mycorrhizal Applications LLC Director of Education and Training Larry Simpson says research has recently discovered that the fungi also increases the plants ability to draw moisture out of the air.

Helping Plants Draw Moisture

Simpson added that the fungi is also pretty durable once it’s established in the soil and can last for many years.