Synthetic Soil

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In soils wherein synthetic types of microorganisms, such as photosynthetic bacteria, algae, and nitrogen-fixing bacteria gain predominance, water is stable and the soil is fertile even when small amounts of organic matter is manured.  Fusarium occurrence has a low percentage, and there are frequent cases in which this type of soil is linked to bacteria-cleansing types of soil.  Gas emissions in paddy fields is restrained from being given off.

In cases wherein this synthetic soil type is combined with the fermentative type of soil, then this is the most ideal soil and is referred to as "fermentative and synthetic type" of soil.

Quoted From:   Agricultural Utilization Of Microorganisms For Environmental Conservation.  D.r Teruo Higa. pg 18.

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