Mycorrhizae refers to a mutually beneficial symbiotic relationship between fungi and plant roots. In this relationship, the fungi colonize the roots of plants and create a network of hyphae that extend into the surrounding soil, increasing the plant's ability to absorb nutrients, particularly phosphorus. The fungi receive sugars and other organic compounds from the plant in return. Mycorrhizae play a crucial role in cannabis cultivation as they enhance nutrient uptake, improve plant growth, and contribute to overall plant health. By establishing a strong mycorrhizal network, cannabis plants can thrive and produce higher yields.
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