alexa Potential of autochthonous bacteria for use as biofertilizers

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Potential of autochthonous bacteria for use as biofertilizers

The aim of biofertilizers is to complement and, where appropriate, replace conventional chemical fertilizers so that their use can be reduced with the resulting economic and environmental benefits. In this respect, the bacteria used in biofertilizer formulations encourage plants to absorb, on their own, a greater quantity of nutrients which, even if they are naturally present in the soil, on occasions cannot be assimilated by plants because they are in an insoluble form. Conventional chemical fertilizers, however, supply the soil with chemical elements which, despite functioning as a fertilizer, can end up contaminating aquifers if they are not applied in the right dose and at the right moment.

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