There is no doubt that a healthy garden is something in which growers are able to take great pride. From planting to harvest, many home vegetable gardeners are willing to invest hours of labor to have the most successful growing season possible. While tasks such as weeding and irrigation often take precedent, many are starting to take a closer look into what it takes to create healthy and thriving garden soil. Learning more about the role of microbes in the soil is just one way to increase the overall health of the garden. But, can plants benefit from soil microbes? Let’s learn more about soil microbes and nutrients. What Do Soil Microbes Do? Soil microbes refer to the tiny microorganisms living in the soil. While most microbes in the soil serve the purpose of decomposition, they can also play a major role in the growth and development of plants. Different
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