The first book about the essential symbiotic relationship between soil dwelling mycorrhizal fungi and plants.
Jeff Lowenfels is the author of a trilogy of award winning books on plants and soil, and he is the longest running garden columnist in North America. Lowenfels is a national lecturer as well as a fellow, hall of fame member, and former president of the Garden Writers of America.
"Accomplishes what few other books have--helping growers use
mycorrhizae to improve the immune systems of plants. This natural
union between plants and fungi is the foundation of our food web."
--Paul Stamets, author of Mycelium Running: How Mushrooms Can Help
Save the World
"A thorough yet accessible look at mycorrhizal fungi and their critical role in plant health and survival. . . . I recommend this book for the intermediate to advanced gardener, and certainly for anyone who grows plants professionally." --The American Gardener
"Does much to bring the concept to light." --Choice
"This small but mighty guide. . . translates complex science into clear language to enhance your knowledge of your garden soil." --Michigan Gardener
"At the end of this book, you will have all the knowledge you need to make your own inoculants and predict how they will benefit your crop, lawn, or garden." --The Gardener
"To say [Lowenfels] thinks deeply about this subterranean world [of soil] is an understatement." --Hamodia
"Teaming With Fungi helpfully demonstrates just how to apply the core principles of the mycorrhizal fungi process to produce healthier, hardier, happier Cannabis plants." --The Northwest Leaf
"The third great microbe title of Lowenfels' organic gardener's earthy trilogy." --The Daily Inter Lake