Why We Should Use This Bacteria in Fertilizers

In a novel report for a scientific world bent on using chemicals for massive farming operations, ScienceNordic has found research showing that natural soil bacteria not only can serve as a possible source of nitrogen, but also could reduce the emission of certain greenhouse gases. The bacteria, rhizobia, live in soil and in association with legumes such as peas, beans and soybeans. It’s exciting to hear that real science is finally coming around to the idea of regenerative farming,...

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