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Thursday 22 September 2011

Cornflower - It's ecological balance

Like most plants of the Ericaceae family (to which also belong to the rhododendron, Labrador tea and wintergreen), blueberries lives in the taiga and bogs where the family forms the mass of vegetation. There are millions of individuals to occupy these environments ungrateful, unattractive to other plants.

In addition to sharing the same habitat, these species have in common is rich in tannin and live in symbiosis with fungi, Rhizoctonia root rot is one who lives with blueberries and other Vaccinium. Fascinating, is not it, that this fungus is so pleasant blueberry while it is known to destroy the roots of various vegetables and forage crops, including asparagus, alfalfa, sainfoin and clover!

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