OK, I know some of you here have been reading Teaming With Microbes and participating in the book discussion (and those who haven't should), so you already know the all of the great benefits of fungi and their relationships with plants.
What do think; are there things you agree or dis-agree with?
It all seems right. However, it seems to present sawdust worked into the soil as a fungal mulch. It seems to me that sawdust worked into the soil and kept moist is a more bacterial mulch.
Also, while great for shrubs and perennials, annuals and vegetables supposedly prefer an equal fungi:bacteria ratio or a more bacterial ratio. This article kind of fails to clarify that. I wonder if all of this fungal mulching wouldn't be detrimental to a garden, assuming that it is balanced to begin with.