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Their roots have -- as all trees have -- a partnership with a soil fungus called mycorrhizas whereby the fungus feeds on the sugars of the tree root and in return provides additional moisture and nutrients for the roots.
Morogo could possibly be cultivated in subsistence farming using low-cost biological systems known as mycorrhizas - fungi growing in natural association with roots of many plant species.
VA mycorrhizas in humid tropical ecosystems, pp. 107 - 34.
Tropical mycorrhizas, nutrient cycles, and plant growth, pp. 327-45.
The significance of rhizosphere microflora and mycorrhizas in plant nutrition, pp. 61 - 89.
The effect of Rhizophagus tenuis mycorrhizas on ryegrass, cocksfoot and sweet vernal