How Funghi Helps Trees Tolerate Drought / by Charlie Noton

We believe that tree health and longevity is best understood by looking at the soil and environment in which they grow. A key component of this is the fungal network (mycorrhiza) in the soil that supports the tree’s immune system.  
This 2016 research, by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, as featured in ScienceDaily, looks at how fungus could help trees be more resistant to drought and how this information could be used positively in a time of great climate change.
  Maira de Freitas Pereira, INRA Nancy

Maira de Freitas Pereira, INRA Nancy