Coffee plants grow better without chemicals; healthy soil has microbes and fungi that nourish plants and act as biofertilizers

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(Natural News) A recent Mexican study suggested that coffee plants and other crops can flourish even without chemical fertilizers. All they need is healthy soil with the right combination of native fungi that act as biofertilizers, increasing the amount of phosphorus in the soil and the plant’s rate of absorption. The researchers identified two particular groups of fungi…

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