Fungi and bacteria linked to the development of wild blueberries

UdeM Nouvelles has published an article on Mohamed Hijri and his Ph.D. student Simon Morvan who have recently discovered that specific fungi and bacteria are closely linked to the successful development of wild blueberries (Vaccinium angustifolium), a species that appears, lives and multiplies in harsh environmental conditions. Their research explains how this species is found in acidic soils that are poor in nutrients.

Read the article (in French) here.