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Deep influence of soil microbes

Nature Plants volume 1, Article number: 15194 (2015) | Download Citation

Soil microorganisms have long been known to aid plants through nitrogen fixation and water and nutrient exchange. Now researchers are unearthing new ways in which this subterranean biome affects plant performance.

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    Karl Gruber is a freelance writer based in Perth, Western Australia.

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