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Microbial inoculants also known as soil inoculants or bioinoculants are agricultural amendments that use beneficial rhizospheric or endophytic microbes to promote plant health. Many of the microbes involved form symbiotic relationships with the target crops where both parties benefit (mutualism). Inoculation may be defined as the process of adding effective bacteria to the host plant seed before planting. The purpose of inoculation is to make sure that there is enough of the correct type of bacteria present in the soil so that a successful legume-bacterial symbiosis is established. Bio-inoculants are existing living organisms holding strains of particular bacteria, fungi, or algae which take nitrogen from the air and make it accessible to plants- diminishing the need for nitrogen fertilizer, make inorganic phosphate and micronutrients dissolvable and accessible to plants, gather and store available supplements, improve plant uptake of phosphorus and zinc, provide physical obstructions against pathogens, empower plant development and Decays the organic residues. Fungal inoculation alone can benefit host plants. Inoculation paired with other amendments can further improve conditions. Arbuscular mycorrhizal inoculation combined with compost is a common household amendment for personal gardens, agriculture, and nurseries. It has been observed that this pairing can also promote microbial functions in soils that have been affected by mining, Arbuscular mycorrhiza (AM) has received attention as a potential agriculture amendment for its ability to access and provide the host plant phosphorus. Under a reduced fertilization greenhouse system that was inoculated with a mixture of AM fungi and rhizobacteria, tomato yields that were given from 100% fertility were attained at 70% fertility. This 30% reduction in fertilizer application can aid in the reduction of nutrient pollution, and help prolong finite mineral resources such as phosphorus (Peak phosphorus). Other effects include increases in salinity tolerance, drought tolerance, and resistance to trace metal toxicity. 
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