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What is Difference Between Azospirillum and Mycorrhizal?

 

 

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”.

And there you have it for another quick snip with a Soil King in The Victory Garden. Please hit the subscribe button. We can only share what is freely shared with us and we’re here to help each other because why? We’re better together. No doubt about it.

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