Biomass from Microbial Sources

Microbial biomass (Fungi and Bacteria) is a measure of the mass of the living component of soil organic matter. The microbial biomass decomposes plant and animal residues and soil organic matter to release plant available nutrients and carbon dioxide. Farming systems tend to increase the microbial biomass.Soil properties such as clay, pH, and the availability of organic carbon all develop the size of the microbial biomass.
 

  • 1. Micro Algal Biomass
  • 2. Bacterial Biomass
  • 3.Microbial Biomass         
  • 4.Molasses

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