Study: Soil bacteria could improve plant production in deserts

02/6/2013 | SciDev.net

A new strain of desert bacteria is capable of improving the soil quality around it and could be key to increasing agricultural production in dry environments. The findings, published in the Emirates Journal of Food and Agriculture, isolated strains of Rhizobia bacteria in the roots of legumes with a high tolerance for droughts and other extreme environmental factors.

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