Getting Started with Ubuntu

  • Haines N
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The Agricultural Ingeneer Dr. Teruo Higa, professor of Horticulture at the University of The Ryukyus in Okinawa, Japan creates a technique in the 80th de- cade related with the use of efficient microorganism. This technology is the basis of the present review aim at providing information about groups of benevolent microorganisms such as: lactic acid bacteria, photo- trophic bacteria, actinomycetes group, yeast group and fungi present in natural ecosystems which are physiologically compatible with each other. Efficient Microorganisms, as a microbial inoculantion, resto- re soil microbiological balance, improve its physical and chemical conditions, increase crop production and protection, preserve natural resources, and ge- nerate a more sustainable agriculture and environ- ment. They can be used in the livestock (cattle, por- ciculture and poultry) for animal husbandry and the increase of productive variables. All this maximizes the efficiency of the systems and the management of excreta and facilities.




Haines, N. (2017). Getting Started with Ubuntu. In Beginning Ubuntu for Windows and Mac Users (pp. 47–71). Apress.

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