This text provides unique perspective on the historical social, political, and economic factors that created the current, flawed industrial agricultural system, providing justification for the proposed philosophy of mycoagroecology. – Nine introductory chapters equip readers of diverse backgrounds with the broad knowledge required to start implementing mycoagroecology. – All concepts are considered through a lens of sustainable management, encouraging the multifaceted approach needed to manage future agroecosystems. – This multidisciplinary text includes chapters contributed by experts from several fields, including forest ecology, horticultural science, mycology, pest management, and plant pathology. – The text incorporates issues, examples, and techniques from all over the world and includes techniques for both industrial and small-scale farming, encouraging international adoption of mycoagroecology. – Key terms are defined in-text and the language is approachable to include readers who speak English as a secondary academic language.
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