How do trees talk to each other using mycorrhizal fungi?

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How do trees talk to each other using mycorrhizal fungi?

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The mycelium stretch out across the root systems of multiple plants and plant species, and help to carry chemical messages between them. It’s hypothesised that the fungi help to maintain the health of the trees in order to ensure they (the fungi) get the carbon and sugars they need to thrive. Two authors to read on this are Peter Wohlleben (who coined the term ‘wood-wide web’) and Suzanne Simard.