What Does Bacteria Do in Soil?

Soil bacteria are important for nutrient recycling and decomposition of organic matter. Due to bacterial action, nutrients become available to plants and other organisms. They improve soil structure, control pathogens and degrade pesticides and other toxic substances.

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