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Title: MYCORRHIZAS AND EARLY SEASON GROWTH DISORDER: THE LAZY COTTON PLANT GETS INTO TROUBLE
Authors: Nehl, D.B.
Brown, J.F.
Allen, S.J
Keywords: Agronomy
Production
Mycorrhiza
Issue Date: 9-Aug-1994
Abstract: From a humanised viewpoint cotton may be thought of as a lazy plant. It "employs" microscopic fungi to do some of the hard work of collecting nutrients from the soil. This type of relationship, a symbiosis, is known as a mycorrhiza (literally: "fungus root"). Usually both partners in a mycorrhiza benefit from the relationship.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1/3171
Appears in Collections:1994 Australian Cotton Conference

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