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19 January 2018

Have you ever wondered what lives in your dirt? Researchers are now one step closer to answering this question, with Western Sydney University experts teaming up with researchers from the United States, Spain and UK to compile the world’s first ‘soil atlas’ which tracks the most common types of soil bacteria around the world.

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The Global Centre for Land Based Innovation hosted an international workshop "Harnessing rhizosphere-soil-microbial interactions for increasing farm productivity and resilience of farming systems." to discuss rhizosphere interactions, plant productivity, root traits and functions and soil health structure...

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The Global Centre for Land Based Innovation at Western Sydney University organised a workshop entitled "Incorporating soil health management practices to sustainably increase productivity and profitability" in Narrabri, to engage with the cotton community about the benefits of improving soil health...

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The Global Centre for Land Based Innovation hosted an international workshop "Harnessing rhizosphere-soil-microbial interactions for increasing farm productivity and resilience of farming systems." to discuss rhizosphere interactions, plant productivity, root traits and functions and soil health structure...

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As the aridity of soils goes up, the microbial diversity and abundance is reduced," stated Professor Brajesh Singh in new research to be reported in the Sydney Morning Herald...

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