Conservation tillage improves plant growth and rhizosphere bacterial community

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Extensive practices of conservation tillage in northern China amend soil structure and nutrient availability, causing changes in the soil microbial community. Scientists Wang et al. show that conservation tillage favors rhizosphere soil bacteria diversity, which improves plant nutrition and accelerates growth.

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