Soil Microorganisms have a Favourable Influence
Microorganisms are impacted not only by fundamental soil qualities like moisture, oxygen, and chemistry, but also by one another in both beneficial and predatory ways. These creatures dwell in the soil and perform a variety of important functions. Bacteria and fungi are present in all soils, but their relative abundance varies depending on soil conditions. Beneficial microorganisms include those that form symbiotic relationships with plant roots (rhizobia, mycorrhizal fungi, actinomycetes, diazotrophic bacteria), increase nutrient mineralization and availability, manufacture plant growth hormones, and act as plant pest antagonists, among others.