Fungal Dominant Tea

Many plants originally from the forest relied on fungal associations from the soil that contained a fungal dominance. This was attained from a web of  mycelium as well as cover plants such as clover to build this. If one were to venture into an untouched forest such as the redwoods or an old growth area, one would quickly notice the clovers across the forest floor. In addition, if one were to dig down a couple inches from the surface, one would see a mycelium web attached to the decomposing forest floor. Our goal as farmers is to do our best to mimic the natural living system found in nature. This is done by first not tilling the soil that breaks up this fungal web…to be continued

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