Kew will be publishing its first State of the World’s Fungi report on Wednesday, with a follow-up symposium on Thursday and Friday. We plan to be there on both days, and in the build-up to the report and the event, we’ll be posting some fungi-related material to show why if you’re serious about plants you have to be serious about fungi too.
Our SOTWF Posts
- Kew publishes its State of the World’s Fungi report
- Fungus gnats see red when pollinating
- Does mycorrhizal status alter herbivore-induced changes in whole-plant resource partitioning?
- Plants and Fungi: An ancient partnership
- #SOTWF18 – The State of the World’s Fungi
- Ecology of Floristic Quality Assessment: testing for correlations between coefficients of conservatism, species traits and mycorrhizal responsiveness
- A bumper crop of fungi
- How a microbe moulded mankind
- Meet the real fungi…