Wednesday 25 May
The Wood Wide Web
– Nature’s interconnected superhighway
an Illustrated talk presented by
Dr Andrew Fife Galloway
Freelance plant scientist and horticulturalist
Beneath a forest is a fungi-root network, known as the Wood Wide Web that forms the basis of a far-reaching transit and communications network. These fungi not only shuttle resources between plants, in exchange for fuel, but can also decide where to shuttle those resources and by how much.