April 13, 2015 | by: Matthew Harbur
As I write this, news media are screaming about the latest bacteria that will kill us all. While some bacteria can do this, most are beneficial to us as they aid in digestion and provide many other benefits.
However, when populations of good vs. bad bacteria become imbalanced, trouble occurs. Bad bacteria (pathogens) try to parasitize us. So we use antibiotics from other bacteria (penicillin, amoxicilin) to fight these intruders.
So it is with plants, too.
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