By Jeff Lowenfels
Just as Teaming with Microbes introduced readers to the soil food web, Teaming with Bacteria
will introduce the latest research on endophytic bacteria and
rhizophagy—discoveries that have profound implications for the practices
of home gardeners and small-scale growers.
In Teaming with Microbes, Jeff Lowenfels revealed the fascinating
facts around the soil food web, all the tiny organisms that live in
soil and aid a plants growth. In Teaming with Nutrients, he explored how those organisms aid in the uptake of nutrients. And in Teaming with Fungi, he detailed the symbiotic relationship between plants and fungi—the most important organism living in the soil.
In his new book Teaming with Bacteria,
Lowenfels digs into the new science behind how endophytic bacteria
supply nutrients to a large array of plants and explains, in accessible
language, how this information applies to home gardeners, small-scale
farmers, and cannabis growers. Based on cutting-edge science that will
help gardeners increase plant health and productivity, Teaming with Bacteria is a must-have addition to every organic gardener’s library.
- NEW SCIENCE MADE ACCESSIBLE: Teaming with Bacteria will
introduce gardeners and growers to new research that until now has been
restricted to academic publications. Jeff has a talent for translating
complex science into reader-friendly terms and concepts.
- FOR A WIDE AUDIENCE:
In addition to home gardeners, small-market farmers and cannabis
growers (both at home and in larger-scale settings) will benefit from