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Lack of diversity of bacteria in the soil

 
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This article explains about a new study that found that habitat can explain the likely types of bacteria in our soils, and many are not very diverse.  We are missing out on many possibilites for growth, health and resilience.
John S
PDX OR

https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/compost_tea/conversations/messages/31690
 
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