Recommended content to read before submission

Biology and Fertility of Soils recommends reading the following content which will help to prepare your manuscript before submission to the journal.

A proposal for isolating and testing phosphate-solubilizing bacteria that enhance plant growth
Yoav Bashan, Alexander A. Kamnev & Luz E. de-Bashan
Biology and Fertility of Soils volume 49, pages1–2(2013)
https://rdcu.be/cc9p2

A need for disclosure of the identity of microorganisms, constituents, and application methods when reporting tests with microbe-based or pesticide-based products
Yoav Bashan, Joseph W. Kloepper, Luz E. de-Bashan & Paolo Nannipieri
Biology and Fertility of Soils volume 52, pages283–284(2016)
https://rdcu.be/cc9p9

A proposal for avoiding fresh-weight measurements when reporting the effect of plant growth-promoting (rhizo)bacteria on growth promotion of plants
Yoav Bashan, Ping Huang, Joseph W. Kloepper & Luz de-Bashan
Biology and Fertility of Soils volume 53, pages1–2(2017) 
https://rdcu.be/cc9qq

Recommendations for soil microbiome analyses
P. Nannipieri, C. R. Penton, W. Purahong, M. Schloter & J. D. van Elsas
Biology and Fertility of Soils volume 55, pages765–766(2019) 

Disclosure of exact protocols of fermentation, identity of microorganisms within consortia, formation of advanced consortia with microbe-based products
Yoav Bashan, S.R. Prabhu, Luz E. de-Bashan & Joseph W. Kloepper
Biology and Fertility of Soils volume 56, pages443–445(2020) 

Pervasive use of P2O5, K2O, CaO, MgO, and basic cations, none of which exist in soil
Hans Lambers, & N. J. Barrow
Biology and Fertility of Soils volume 56, pages743–745(2020)