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Testing for Soil Microbes at Home | Microbiometer

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Testing for Soil Microbes at Home | Microbiometer

As we learned in the post: Do you know what lives in your soil? | Soil Food Web, microbes in your soil are incredibly important for plant and soil ecosystem health. The soil food web is responsible for helping plants get the nutrients they need. But how can the average gardener know that the steps they are taking to nurture healthy populations of microbes in their soil? Prolific Earth Sciences, a scientific instrument and analysis company, has come up with the ideal tool for home gardeners and small-scale commercial growers: The Microbiometer!

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Do you know what lives in your soil? | Soil Food Web

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Do you know what lives in your soil? | Soil Food Web

Do you know what lives in your soil? You might be surprised to find out that the answer is not just worms, bugs and dirt. The microbes living in your garden can have a significant impact on the plants' health and growth. This article will explore the concept of the soil food web, and tools the modern home or market gardener has to exploit soil microbes.

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More Than Dirt...What Lives In The Soil?

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More Than Dirt...What Lives In The Soil?

This quote proves that dirt is more than what you see on the surface. There is an entire living world underneath and we’re going to tell you all about it. Scientists called Soil Biologists, study a variety of things including the living organisms in the soil as well as the complex physical and chemical properties that make up the soil. It’s been said that one handful of soil contains more living things than there are people on the planet. When you stare at the soil, it doesn’t seem to do too much. That would be about as exciting as watching...

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