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March 17th, 2017 / Scientific American

Like the developed world, the African continent soil also harbors billions of beneficial soil bacteria that can be utilized to revolutionize African agriculture. And for many smallholder farmers across Africa who have few resources, microbe inoculants can open new opportunities. Such opportunities can range from increase in crop yields to increase in productivity from their small parcels of land.

So, how do we unravel the mysteries of African soil microbes and get microbe inventions and applications to work for smallholder farmers who need them the most? See more