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Intensification of the activity of petroleum-destroying soil microorganisms by the biofertilizer Bamil

Intensification of the activity of petroleum-destroying soil microorganisms by the biofertilizer Bamil

Russian Agricultural Sciences ( 12): 35-40

How the time of contamination of soil by diesel fuel affects its microflora was studied. Efficient associations of microorganisms - alkanotrophs - were obtained that destroy crude petroleum by 67-80%. The petroleum-destroying activity of the microflora of the bioorganic fertilizer Bamil was investigated.

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