Trees ‘Farm’ Bacteria to Help Supply Nutrients

Some trees growing in nutrient-poor forest soil may get what they need by cultivating specific root microbes to create compounds they require. These microbes are exceptionally efficient at turning inorganic minerals into nutrients that the trees can use.New research finds that some trees, such as oak (in picture) and beech, that grow in nutrient-poor forest soil may get what they need by cultivating specific root microbes to create compounds they require.

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