'Microorganisms can be a great tool to achieve more efficient agriculture'

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Submitted by Elsewhere on 2020-Aug-13 Thu 10:08
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A research project developed by Ideagro to reduce the application of fertilizers in agriculture through the contribution of microorganisms is obtaining important results in melon, tomato, broccoli, apricot, and citrus crops in an experimental farm located in the Murcian district of Yechar. The Minister…

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