Very good. As it turns out I do have one jbp with a good colony. Thank you!
What's up with this? Colin Lewis believes myco will not survive for long in well-drained conditions? If readily avaible nutrients tree has little need for myco?
That is his opinion. I do not know upon what he basses his conclusion but I can tell you that I get huge colonies of the stuff in my Pines grown in a free draining mixture in one of my training planters. You can actually see the stuff peeking through the screens on the sides.
Vance, what does your soil consist of, any organics ?
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