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How to Cultivate Indigenous Microorganisms
|Title:||How to Cultivate Indigenous Microorganisms|
DuPonte, Michael W.
|Issue Date:||Aug 2008|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii|
|Citation:||Park H, DuPonte MW. 2008. How to cultivate indigenous microorganisms. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 6 p. (Biotechnology; BIO-9).|
|Abstract:||In Asian countries, deliberate collection and culturing of naturally occurring soil microorganisms has been a common agricultural practice for centuries, and application of these cultures to crop soils is believed to minimize the need for applications of inorganic soil amendments. However, little scientific documentation of the benefits of these practices exists. This publication outlines the principal steps in culturing naturally occurring microorganisms in a process similar to one used on farms in Korea.|
|Description:||Slightly revised, June 2010. Information regarding "Best Safety Practices for Handling Fungi" was added on page 7.|
|Appears in Collections:||Biotechnology, 2002 - present|
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