Agricultural microbiology

The study of bacteria that are connected to plants is known as agricultural microbiology. It tries to deal with issues in farming methods typically brought on by a lack of biodiversity in microbial communities. In order to improve aspects like soil nutrients, plant-pathogen resistance, crop robustness, fertiliser uptake efficiency, and other things, it is helpful to have a good grasp of microbial strains that are relevant to agricultural applications. In the long run, the numerous symbiotic interactions between plants and bacteria can be taken advantage of to increase food production, which is important to feed the growing human population, as well as to develop safer agricultural methods for the sake of avoiding ecological impact.

  • Plant microbiology and Plant pathology
  • Soil microbiology

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