Microbial Inoculates

Microbial inoculates aid in plant nutrient delivery. One primary function of the microbes in horticulture is the digestion of mineral reserves and the disintegration of soil residues to bring forth crop nutrients. Experts in the field of botany appreciate the fact that any healthy soil has a diverse population combination of microbes which include but are not limited to bacteria, protozoa, and fungi.

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The Importance of Plant Nutrients

Plants, at any stage, whether¬†flowering or bearing fruit, will need nutrients at some point for their optimum health and prosperity. They generally need 17 important elements for the growth and survival of the plant. Each element has a specific function it performs on the plant. These nutrients are basically divided into two groups; micronutrients and …

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