mycorrhization

We believe that forest nursery production should add up value to the environment, that’s why we are committed to the latest techniques.

One of them is induced mycorrhization, which is the association of the seedling root with a symbiotic fungus. Forest-tree seedlings depend upon their mycorrhizae for an adequate nutrient uptake. Using high yield varieties of fast growing mycelium ectomycorrhizae is key to improve seedling performance.

We also work on the production of edible carpophores for complementary production at rural areas.

We produce Pinus sp with Lactarius deliciosus (milk cap) , Quercus ilex with Tuber melanosporum (truffle) and Cistus ladanifer with Boletus edulis (boletus).