This group connects people interested in the new technology of microorganisms.
Latest Activity: Apr 23, 2016
Microorganisms in Africa
Microorganisms help to improve your soil fertility, productivity and quality of products. This group connects people interested in this new technology.
You can join the discussions in the forum section, or post a comment on your experience with organic agriculture and the use of microorganisms.
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There are many international corporations which deal in microfinance and are operating in African countries like Uganda. L-Pesa microfinance is one of those international corporation and it offers…Continue
Started by James Walker Nov 5, 2015.
By Dr.Anand Titus and Geeta N. PereiraTo date we have written a dozen or more articles on the pro active role of microorganisms in shaping the destiny of the Coffee Mountain. However, off late we…Continue
Started by Eileen Mulaa Sep 30, 2014.
Soil Carbon - A Brief HistoryThe world’s soils became a major source of atmospheric carbon around 1860, when agriculture began rapid expansion onto previously uncultivated lands. Soil was the leading…Continue
Started by Kalema Andrew Joseph. Last reply by Julius Caesar Ssemyalo Apr 9, 2014.