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Posted: Thu, 25 Jun 2009 15:21
Basic Training on Isolation and Inoculation of Mycorrhizae for Agriculture and Forestry - 716 time(s) visited
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Myccorhiza is a form of mutualistic relationship between a certain mold and rooting system of a plant.  This relationship provides benefits for both fungus and plant.  Various data and facts showed that the relationship is very beneficial for the plants from the aspects of growth as well as productivity.

Therefore, SEAMEO has conducted a two-day Basic training on Isolation and Inoculation of Myccorhizae for Agriculture and Forestry on 24 and 25 June 2009. 

The objectives of this training were: To introduce myccorhizae species, to provide information on classification of myccorhiza, to provide information on the research strategy as well as research results and researches to be conducted.

The lecturers of this training were Dr. Irdika Mansur, BIOTROP DDRMC, Dr. Supriyanto, BIOTROP Senior Scientist and Dr. Sri Wilarso Budi R., Department of Silviculture, Faculty of Forestry, IPB.

There were 15 participants coming from various universities and research institutions.