Microbial Magic Could Help Slash Your Dinner's Carbon Footprint

"What if we could help plants make their own nitrogen so they wouldn't need manmade chemical fertilizers?" That was the question that drove a plant microbiologist at the University of Washington to begin testing ways to infuse microbes that live inside trees into other plants to promote sustainable agriculture. The early results show not only healthier plants, but a more plentiful production.

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