Soil Biology Research

The role of soil biology is the most important to the future of the world and yet the most under researched of all. It is estimated that we have identified less than 10% of species in our soils and know even less about the impact of various forms of management and agriculture on the communities. Microbes such as VAM are necessary for our crops and pastures to source nutrients and then again other microbes are necessary to convert fertilisers to plant available forms and then again protect the plants from disease and decompose organic matter and so on.

Biodynamics Research

Plant host habitat and root exudates shape soil bacterial community structure

Biological and nutritional value of stubble retention



More than any other field of research, this is the key to the future of our country and agriculture. this site will be updated as research become available.


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