In this question that I deleted because of it being on minus two and having two different objections to it in the comments:
"You need to show prior research. You provided a source (which must be viewed, so that's not good) but none of what you learned when you tried to answer this yourself. – anongoodnurse 15 hours ago"
Here's the question for those who can't see it because I deleted it:
" https://www.amazon.com/vdp/b05be5a8921744ce95b5ddd74b544dbc?ref=dp_vse_rvc_0 is a video advertising and/or teaching about the Concrobium anti-mold product and how to use it.
The part that lasts ten seconds from the two minute mark seems a bit strange.
I didn't think mold spores had roots. I thought there was a mycelial network. Are those bush-like structures in the picture actually fruiting bodies, and should those "roots" actually connect to each other, forming a single network?
Also, it says "down to the roots" not "penetrate to the roots of mold", which earlier in the video it says is why you shouldn't use bleach ("bleach won't penetrate to the roots of mold" 1m 30s). It's not clear why stopping new spores from the air attaching to the surface would prevent the mycelial network ("roots") from making new fruiting bodies.
So my question is: which parts of that ten second bit of the video if any are correct about mold? "
I don't understand what is meant by anongoodnurse's point about the fact that a video must be viewed, and I wonder whether it is a valid point.