Natural Farming Techniques

Evolutionary world of Fungi and Plant kingdom

Evolutionary world of Fungi and Plant kingdom

Fungi are not considered plants since they lack chlorophyll, nor are they animals; yet they have relatively complex and different cell structures from both plants and animals. They are a bit like bacteria and mostly rely on dead matter to survive and reproduce. They can grow in the absence of Oxygen, and hence their existence can be traced back to 560 million years ago as one of the first living creatures on the planet, even before the birth of the plant kingdom. We do know with a certain degree of certainty that fungi originated in the sea and were among the earliest creatures to appear on land.