The EcoGame Premiere is occurring on December 10, 2022, in Los Gatos, California.
In EcoGame, players apply ancient & modern methods of turning blighted lands into lush forests that support diverse animals- including us.
Once launched at the premier, EcoGame will be free.
Mycorrhizal fungi are a key player in the health of your garden or farm. They form a symbiotic relationship with plant roots, providing the plants with essential nutrients and water while improving soil structure. You can encourage mycorrhizal fungi in your garden or farm by using mulch, compost, and organic matter.
Mycorrhizal fungi are a special type of fungi that form symbiotic relationships with plant roots. There are many different types of mycorrhizal fungi, each with its own unique benefits for plants. Arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi are the most common type of mycorrhizal fungi. They help plants absorb phosphate and other nutrients from the soil. AM […]
Mycorrhizal fungi are an important part of many ecosystems. They form a symbiotic relationship with plants, helping them to obtain nutrients and water from the soil. In return, the fungi receive carbohydrates from the plant. This mutualistic relationship is beneficial for both partners, and helps to support the health of the ecosystem as a whole. […]
Fungi are found in and on all plants, and play an important role in plant health. Fungi help to break down organic matter, which provides nutrients for plants. They also help to protect plants from diseases and pests. Some fungi even form symbiotic relationships with plants, helping them to thrive.
We all know that fungi play an important role in the decomposition of organic matter, but did you know that there is a special group of fungi known as mycorrhizal fungi? These amazing organisms form symbiotic relationships with plants, helping them to obtain nutrients and water from the soil. In return, the plant provides the […]