What is Difference Between Azospirillum and Mycorrhizal?

Joe SkinnerJun 11, '20



Hey, Soil King with a really quick snip to tell you the difference between mycorrhizal and azospirillum.

Azospirillum is a bacteria, keep the water in. Mycorrhiza is a fungi. So those are the two different. So, when you look them up, you’ll know the difference. Mycorrhiza is a fungi, azospirillum is a bacteria. Most people would call this “azos” and most people will call mycorrhizal “myco”.

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