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Oil Separator Cleanup using Bioremediation

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Oil Separator Cleanup using Bioremediation Oil separators and oil water separators are commonly used in industrial applications. There function is, of course, to separate the oil from the water. When functioning properly, a oil water separator removes enough of the oil to allow the water to be discharged to the municipal wastewater stream. Periodically, the …

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Soil Biology, Biofertilizers, Soil Amendments – FAQ#1

Soil Biology, Biofertilizers, Soil Amendments – FAQ Growers, farmers and gardeners all have questions about soil biology, biofertilizers, nutrients recycling, and soil amendments. We’ll talk about a few of the most asked questions I receive.  What Organisms Recycle Nutrients This is a complex question as there are a number of organisms that recycle nutrients. In …

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The Effect of Microorganisms on Plant Growth

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The Effect of Microorganisms on Plant Growth Plant growth is enhanced by a number of different types of microorganisms including soil bacteria and Trichoderma fungi. The bacteria are sometimes called PGPR, For Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria. The “Rhizo” references the root zone where most of the beneficial microorganisms live. Microbes enhance plant growth in two …

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Plant Microbe interactions – Symbiotic Microbes

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Plant Microbe interactions Microbe plant interactions are an ongoing, every changing encounter. This is a microscopic, symbiotic relationship unseen by the naked eye. Here’s a great quote from Nature the international weekly journal of science. Plant—microbe encounters can be friendly or hostile. Densely colonized soil contains beneficial mycorrhizal fungi and rhizobia, which associate with roots …

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