> The interesting thing about the research I mentioned from Argentaina and
> Brazil is that they found that in situ decomposition of celulose not only
> was better for improving crumb structure through the release of colloids,
> but, under proper conditions, also served as a substrate for free-living
> N-fixing organisms to supply enough N to sustain high crop yields.
How many years does this take and what are the proper conditions? I know this is
a broad question, but this discussion intrigues me.
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