Threatened species of Fungi

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Other Names:
Threatened species of Eumycota
Threatened species of Fungus
Threatened species of Mycetae

Since 1940 the use of agrochemicals has increased dramatically, especially in the developed world and large scale producers in the developing world. Fungicides prior to 1940 were restricted to orchards, market gardening and vineyards, but are now used much more universally. The long term effects of fungicides and other agrochemicals is poorly understood, especially concerning the area of mycorhizal fungi and their symbiotic relationships with crops and other soil organisms which are vital in the roles of decay, nitrogen fixation, and the sulphur cycle.

Related Problems:
Threatened species of Oomycota
Related UN Sustainable Development Goals:
GOAL 15: Life on Land
Problem Type:
E: Emanations of other problems
Date of last update
23.09.2020 – 22:08 CEST