Inoculating tree seedlings with mycelium accelerates their growth – greater carbon storage in soil combats climate change


"In a year’s time, as the first in the world, a Finnish company will introduce seedlings of Norway spruce whose roots have been inoculated with mycelium indispensable for the tree’s growth. The mycelium aids the seedling in many ways during the first few years of growth and creates new, permanent carbon storage in the soil." writes 

“This is the first-ever mycorrhiza product developed in a forest tree nursery. It’s of great significance for forest owners and Finland’s climate policy,” says Eric Puro, CEO of Kääpä Biotech.


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