Leguminous plants improve soil fertility. How?


A leguminous plant is a group of flowering plants that have vegetables or as foods grown from the ground knobs that enhance the ability of nitrogen-rich material.

Examples: acacia, peas, clover, beans and gorse.

The leguminous plant increases the soil ripeness due to the Rhizobium bacteria in the root knobs of the plants. These microscopic bacteria changes over atmospheric nitrogen to a shape which can be utilized by plants. This reduces the nitrogen deficiency in the soil and makes it abundant.

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