Using Microbes to Manage Climate Change

 Importance of Microbes in Our Soil With regards to balancing increasingly unruly climate, soil microorganisms have been sequestering carbon for hundreds of millions of years through the   mycorrhizal filaments, which are coated in a sticky protein called “glomalin.” Glomalin may account for as much as one-third of the world’s soil carbon — and the soilContinue reading “Using Microbes to Manage Climate Change”