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Animal-Based Composts May Reduce Spread of Foodborne Disease

News   Apr 08, 2021 | Original story from Wiley

 
Animal-Based Composts May Reduce Spread of Foodborne Disease

A new analysis of a 27-year experiment comparing organic and conventional soil management indicates that animal-based composts do not promote pathogen survival and may even promote bacterial communities that suppress pathogens. Credit: Dr Devarajan.

 
 
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