Soil microbes are an important part of the soil system and are present and varied in all soils everywhere. These may be unique to the area where they are found and adapt to changing conditions there. But, do soil microbes adapt to different regions? Soil Microbe Adaptation A group of microbes called Rhizobia are among the most important in nature’s soils and also in agricultural systems. These are adaptable to different regions in some situations. These form symbiotic relationships with a variety of plants, especially those categorized as legumes. Rhizobia helps these plants, such as peas and beans, get necessary nutrients. Primarily nitrogen in this case, most all plants need this nutrient to survive and grow. In return, Rhizobia get a free home. When growing beans or other legumes, the plant “feeds” the Rhizobia carbohydrates, an additional aspect of the symbiotic relationship. Microbes form within the root system. They become
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