Kew will be publishing its first State of the World’s Fungi report on Wednesday, with a follow-up symposium on Thursday and Friday. We plan to be there on both days, and in the build-up to the report and the event, we’ll be posting some fungi-related material to show why if you’re serious about plants you have to be serious about fungi too.
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