Agricultural Microbiology

Agricultural microbiology is a subfield of microbiology that studies illnesses of plants and animals as well as bacteria that are connected with plants. It also covers the microbiology of soil fertility, including the microbial breakdown of organic materials and the alteration of soil nutrients. The fertility of the soil is increased by microbes. Certain microbes, like bacteria, are excellent decomposers. They break down decaying organic materials. The land will become fruitful when this stuff is added to it.

 

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