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Preach that low P farside! Thanks for the link and the info.
For anyone wanting the info in the link without clicking it, it says:
- Phosphates, both available and unavailable forms, do not kill mycorrhizal fungi.
- High levels of available soil phosphate (soluble phosphates) result in reduced root colonization by mycorrhizal fungi.
- Insoluble phosphate does not affect mycorrhizal development. The insoluble phosphate in natural soils can represent as much as 99% of the soil’s total phosphate content.