Data from: Strong indirect herbicide effects on mycorrhizal associations through plant community shifts and secondary invasions

Ylva Lekberg, Viktoria Wagner, Alexii Rummel, Morgan McLeod & Philip W. Ramsey
Million of acres of US wildlands are sprayed with herbicides to control invasive species, but relatively little is known about non-target effects of herbicide use. We combined greenhouse, field and laboratory experiments involving the invasive forb spotted knapweed (Centaurea stoebe) and native bunchgrasses to assess direct and indirect effects of the forb-specific herbicide picloram on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF), which are beneficial soil fungi that colonize most plants. Picloram had no effect on bunchgrass viability...
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