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Legumes of Thailand

By LegumesofThailand

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Ended 12/12/2016

"Research on plant-bacteria interactions for productive and sustainable agriculture"

— LegumesofThailand and
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We are are team of young plant scientists currently launching a research in Thailand to investigate a unique interaction between plants and bacteria. This symbiotic system which involves plants from the pea and bean family (legumes) and soil bacteria (rhizobia), has the potential to transform our agricultural systems to a more productive and sustainable practice. In short, legumes and their partner soil bacteria are able to convert atmospheric nitrogen in forms accessible to other plants for their growth and productivity. This would allow farmers to bypass the use of expensive synthetic nitrogen fertilisers which have proven to be a large contributor of soil, water and air pollution. To learn more about this natural system and what our research aims are, please view our complete campaign at IndieGoGo:  

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Created on 2016-11-28 02:53:21