Every good thing has a counter-part or another side to it that's considered bad. To get more familiar with the cycle of life and the genetics of soil, our research has revealed another world beneath the Moringa roots fully populated with thousands of bacteria and fungi. Now most of us think of soil as the typical plant environment that only requires watering from time to time. But to be precise, plant growth differ from place to place, this ratio of diversity changes with climate, vegetative succession, region, and soil disturbance. A highly productive soil contain equal weights of bacteria and fungi, nematodes, protozoa, earthworms, and soil arthropodes. Bacteria has been known to be more concentrated in the nitrogen area than the second in line fungi. The two provide high levels of plant nutrients like; calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus,
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