Biological fertilizers are artificially maintained cultures of microorganisms that can be used as a soil or soil microbial inoculants to improve the fertility and productivity of crops and soil.
In other words, a biological fertilizer or manure microbe is a substance composed of microorganisms and mixtures of substances biodegradable applied to the seed, the plant surface, or the soil, which colonizes the interior of the plant life, through various means such as rhizosphere, space shuttle, and boost growth and results by increasing the availability of major nutrients to the host plant. You can find out about microbial fertilizer through an online search.
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Interaction of plant-beneficial microbiome is a sustainable solution that promises to boost agricultural production instead of chemical fertilizers.
Biopesticides and biofertilizers are part of nature-based products which are widely used to enrich the quality of the soil and as a biocontrol agent.
Biological fertilizer is used while taking into account the biological activity to develop microorganisms that formed them; thus, design and their applications can be carried out in a targeted manner, depending on the conditions in which the plant grows.
Because of different capacities that microorganisms exhibit, we can alleviate a shortage of plants with regard to microbial biofertilizers composing ability to fix atmospheric nitrogen, dissolving or mobilize nutrients, or to control the biotic or abiotic stress.
One of the most limiting elements for optimal agricultural production is nitrogen. For this reason, it is necessary to replenish the stock of nitrogen in the soil by the application of external input.