Rhizobacteria sounds gross, but it’s not. Here’s why

Rhizobacteria sounds gross, but it’s not. Here’s why

by Christina Molcillo September 03, 2019

Bacteria are considered unclean and unwanted in our everyday lives, but when it comes to plants, bacteria in the root zone is welcomed! Rhizobacteria are a root-associated bacteria that form symbiotic relationships with many plants, and this symbiosis is beneficial for both the plant as well as the bacteria. The plants root zone has its own environment, and what happens there will affect the rest of the plant! Read on to learn more…

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Much Ado About Bacteria

Much Ado About Bacteria

by Christina Molcillo May 22, 2019

The word ‘bacteria’ comes with an undeservedly negative connotation – we’re surrounded by anti-bacterial hand soap, bodywashes, hand creams, and household wipes at nearly every drugstore. In the natural world – especially in your garden – the message is decidedly different! Read on to find out why.

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