Dr Ash Martin and FarmLab talk about Microbiology in the soil, why it is important and how to test it.
Soil microorganisms encompass archaea, bacteria, fungi and protozoa. They are responsible for the majority of enzymatic processes in soil and store energy and nutrients in their biomass. But what does that mean exactly? How do we measure if our microbiology and our soil are healthy?
Check out our latest webinar where Dr Martin from Microbiology Lab and the team from Farmlab discuss the value of microbiology in the soil. We discuss why soil biology is important, how to test it, and most importantly how to interpret the results.