Medical Microbiology & Diagnosis

ISSN: 2161-0703

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Jessica Melissa

Department of Microbiology, University of New Mexico, USA

  • Mini Review   
    The Negative Impacts of Chemical Fertilizers on Soil Micro-Food Webs are Partially Mitigated by Organic Replacement
    Author(s): Jessica Melissa*

    The improvement of soil supplement cycling and soil richness depends heavily on soil biotic networks. Long-term excessive nitrogen application is bad for the stability of soil food webs and affects the health and sensible use of arable land. Legitimate natural replacement is essential to improving soil health and reducing the drawbacks of excessive drug use. However, the effects of various natural adjustments on the tiny food networks in the soil are not well understood. A field plot is being used to test various natural revisions, such as Stover, charcoal, and fertiliser, on the effects they have on the soil's tiny food networks, microbial communities, and nematode network urea into Stover, urea along with dairy cow faeces, and urea along with biochar were all instructed. Fertilizer increased the carbon available for soil microorganisms to use, which improved .. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2469-410X.2022.11.387

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