Advances in soil-borne plant diseases by Rob Jenkins, C.K. Jain

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Thus, soil organisms participate in a range of processes essential to the functioning of ecosystems. They also constitute an important resource for the sustainable management of agricultural ecosystems and their durability. For example, they play an important role in the dynamics of SOM and nutrient cycling, the purification of water, the detoxification of agrochemicals, and the modification of soil structure. Macroorganisms and microorganisms exert a strong influence on soil properties through the role they play in organic matter decomposition, nutrient redistribution and cycling, and the transformation of such nutrients into forms readily available for plant nutrition.

They also constitute an important resource for the sustainable management of agricultural ecosystems and their durability. For example, they play an important role in the dynamics of SOM and nutrient cycling, the purification of water, the detoxification of agrochemicals, and the modification of soil structure. Macroorganisms and microorganisms exert a strong influence on soil properties through the role they play in organic matter decomposition, nutrient redistribution and cycling, and the transformation of such nutrients into forms readily available for plant nutrition.

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