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The conifer trees began to exhibit some signs of stress in November 2001. The soil was analyzed for microbial activity before inoculation. The assay revealed that a number of biomass properties were low. An inoculant was prepared containing specific mycorrhizal fungi, trichoderma and other natural biostimulants. The trees were inoculated on January 21,  2002. The treatments should prevent further stress and establish the necessary biomass for a functional ecosystem.

Monterey Pine inoculation throughout the root zone. The inoculation matrix extends well beyond the tree crown.


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The rigid canula used for inoculation. Note the reservoir of inoculant surrounding the insertion point of the canula. The inoculant surrounds the areas occupied by the feeder roots. 


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