Indigenous Microorganism 4 (IMO 4) as a Soil Inoculant

@inproceedings{Rushing2015IndigenousM4,
  title={Indigenous Microorganism 4 (IMO 4) as a Soil Inoculant},
  author={James W. Rushing},
  year={2015}
}
Since 1997, many farmers across the world have adopted techniques of an agricultural system called Natural Farming, which utilizes indigenous microorganisms and naturally derived soil amendments to improve soil dynamics and plant production. However, due to a dearth of peer reviewed reports that exist on the subject, many stakeholders and researchers have been hesitant to use these agricultural techniques. The most widely discussed and utilized Natural Farming amendment is Indigenous… CONTINUE READING

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