Bacteria in Soil Compost?

Answer Eighty percent to 90 percent of the microorganisms in compost are bacteria. They provide much of the decomposition process and the earthy odor associated with finished compost. There are tens of th... Read More »

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Does the pH of soil affect bacteria?

The pH level affects what type of bacteria are present in a certain soil. Like all living organisms, bacteria can only survive within an environment of a specific pH spectrum. How broad or narrow t... Read More »

Soil Bacteria Species?

Soil bacteria are a crucial part of soil health, responsible for transforming organic matter into chemicals and nutrients usable for plants. Bacteria in the soil play an especially important role i... Read More »

Definition of Soil Bacteria?

Bacteria are unicellular microscopic organisms. In general, they are 4/100,000 of an inch wide (1 µm) and relatively longer in length. These microbes are found in great abundance in the soil. Acco... Read More »

Bacteria & Fungi in the Soil?

Many different microorganisms live in the soil including bacteria and fungi. A single handful of soil is likely to contain thousands of different species of bacteria along with hundreds of species ... Read More »