Tim Peters

Tim Peters and Dwynwen Cider

Tim Peters and Dwynwen Cider

Since moving to North Wales to start a forestry degree at Bangor University, I noticed many productive apples trees were not being picked and that the fruit was going to waste. As I was brought up among Kent’s productive apple orchards, I have always had a passion for traditional cider production and home brewing, so […]

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Investigating the transfer of carbon between trees via common mycorrhizal networks

Figure 1 Common mycorrhizal network in a forest 400 x 400 px

Figure 1: Common mycorrhizal network  in a forest (van der Heijden et al, 2014)   T. D. Peters¹, D. L. Jones¹, A. R. Smith¹ ¹School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography, Bangor University, Gwynedd LL57 2UW, UK What are Common Mycorrhizal Networks? Almost all plants have symbiotic mycorrhizal relationships with fungi, which are beneficial to both […]

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