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Add nitrogen to your soil by inoculating your legumes with rhizobacteria!

What are inoculants?

Inoculants are beneficial bacteria that work to form the nitrogen-rich nodules found on legume roots. These bacteria, specifically rhizobacteria, do the work of taking gaseous nitrogen from the air and “fix” or concentrate it in pink root nodules which then slough off, adding nitrogen to the soil in a form plants can absorb. However, other naturally occurring bacteria compete with nitrogen-fixing rhizobacteria for a home on legume roots. That is why it is important to inoculate your seeds before planting, to ensure a high level of viable rhizobacteria when the seed germinates. Learn More...

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