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1. Grasses whose [[seed]]s and tissues contain a fungal [[endophyte]] that is beneficial to the overall health of the turf.<br><br>
 
1. Grasses whose [[seed]]s and tissues contain a fungal [[endophyte]] that is beneficial to the overall health of the turf.<br><br>

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1. Grasses whose seeds and tissues contain a fungal endophyte that is beneficial to the overall health of the turf.

endophyi.jpg

The left plot is not endophyte-enhanced and thus has insect damage, unlike the right plot that has been endophyte-enhanced.
Source: http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/crops/facts/endophyt.htm