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Mycorrhize a global saviour and endangered
Dave Arthur and Dr Mike Amaranthas
 Scott Fratcher  Contact Contributor
Mycorrhizal extinction is a global emergency. The US PNW still has over 500 types, Europe has only 6. All plant life needs Mycorrhize to prosper and yet our forestry policys are killing it daily.
Producer: Scott Fratcher/Allison Thompson
Uploaded by: Scott Fratcher
Mycorrhize is a 450 million year old fungi that enabled sea life to colonise the land. 95% of plant life on Earth have a symbiotic relationship with mycorrhize. Now GM companies are trying to design plants that don't use this age old life support system. Hear the words of the men that developed this important research.

Scott Fratcher and Allison Thompson are graduates of Insitute for Progressive Communications taught at Radio for Peace International in Costa Rica,

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