Bacteria help wattles 're-green' Australia

Re-planting areas cleared of native vegetation is difficult and time consuming, but it is vital to combating salinity and the loss of biodiversity on farms. A CSIRO team has found that a soil bacterium called Bradyrhizobium can significantly improve the establishment and growth of wattles, one species planted to assist farmland.

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