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Bacteria Better Together to Improve Plant Health

News   May 15, 2019 | Original story from the University of Malaga.

 
Bacteria Better Together to Improve Plant Health

Researchers of BacBio Laboratory of the University of Malaga have evidenced that the combination of 'Bacillus subtilis' and 'Pseudomonas' bacteria can improve plants' health. Credit: University of Malaga.

 
 
 

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