Posted by: Sandy Steinman | August 28, 2022

Unearthing the Secret Superpowers of Fungus

The N.Y. Times reports

Some species of fungi can store exceptional levels of carbon underground, keeping it out of the air and preventing it from heating up the Earth’s atmosphere. Others help plants survive brutal droughts or fight off pests. There are those especially good at feeding nutrients to crops, reducing the need for chemical fertilizers.

Read story at Unearthing the Secret Superpowers of Fungus


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