Metarhizium – fungal friends with benefits
For plants, soil fungi of the genus Metarhizium are the perfect friends with benefits. While these fungi have long been known to be loyal friends to plants by infecting and killing insect pests, which would otherwise feed on them. Metarhizium can als...3 minute read
How to manage invasive buckthorn in urba...
Plants, animals, insects, pathogens... Invasive species are a global issue and cause negative impacts to the environment, economy, and/or society. In...3 minute read
Why inoculate crops with microorganisms?
Why use products made of microorganisms in agriculture when there are already billions of them in soil? This is one of the questions that comes up ...3 minute read
Cover Crops: real agronomic tools
Retention of fertilizing elements, weed management, soil structuring, soil life enhancement... Cover crops are becoming more and more recognized as re...14 minute read
Fight naturally against pathogens
Botrytis cinerea, Didymella bryoniae, Fusarium spp., Pythium spp., Phytophthora spp., Rhizoctonia spp ...some microorganisms are pathogens: they infec...3 minute read
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Beneficial microorganisms for soil
Numerous beneficial microorganisms, which can be described as probiotics, are present in soils. They are most numerous in the area of the soil in the ...4 minute read
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