Microorganisms In Soil Fertility

The role of microorganisms in soil fertility indicated by its activities in improving, (1) the structure of the soil and (2) the availability of plant nutrients. In connection with the formation of crumb structure, microorganisms play a role as a builder of soil aggregates steady. In the process of the formation of the land required agragasi their inorganic adhesive materials ...

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Biological Filter For Water Quality

Biological filter needs to be cleaned periodically, especially to remove particles that may cause clogging. Cleaning should be done with caution not to make the bacteria that live there die. Cleaning can be done by rinsing with clean water free of chlorine. Cleaning can also be done in stages, with the left most other media remain tertanggu.  This will ensure ...

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Phytoplankton Management

1. The presence of phytoplankton ponds are basically indispensable. Phytoplankton are part of a community of microbes that play a role in arranging the desired culture conditions. Besides being able to utilize the remaining nutrients, the presence of phytoplankton also reduce the intensity of light, produce oxygen, stabilizing the temperature as well as contributing to the needs of nutrient for ...

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Microorganisms Interactions With Plants

Coexistence between microorganisms and plants takes place in the root zone of plants, because in this area provided a number of compounds required by a microorganism for the life and activities. This compound is in the form of root exudates useful as a source of C, N and energy for microorganisms, ranging from a simple organic compounds up to complex ...

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Macrofauna In Soil Fertility

Soil organisms (microfauna, macrofauna and microflora) have an important role in soil fertility. Soil fertility control activities as indicated by fixing some physical soil properties include (1) the soil structure, (2) the texture and consistency of the ground, (3) retention and movement of water, and (4) the exchange of gases. Chemically there were also changes in soil properties include (1) ...

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Application Probiotika For Raising

Probiotics are generally defined as additional bacteria (inoculant) used to carry a certain microbiological enzymatic process. The fact further indicates that the organisms that carry out tasks biological changes can also be defined as biomanipulator. Some organisms can be regarded as biomanipulator is an herbivorous fish (beronang / Siganus spp), fish omnivore (tilapia fish and fish), fish plankton feeder (tilapia ...

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