Impact of Climate Change on Decreasing Biodiversity of Soil Organisms

Agriculture as a resource that supports the economy of a country is a sector that is vulnerable to climate change. Climate change can trigger a food crisis. This is because climate change will cause crop failure due to erratic rainfall patterns. This erratic rainfall pattern results in plants not getting water at the time and amount that matches the needs of the plant. There are other things that need to be considered, namely the impact of climate change on decreasing biodiversity of soil organisms.

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The function of Soil Microorganisms for Soil Fertility in Agriculture

Cultivation of plants requires soil microorganisms for soil fertility in agriculture. Soil microorganisms have different types in various climates and locations. In some regions, the existence of these types of soil microorganisms is sufficient. However, in some cases, overall, the function of soil microorganisms for soil fertility has not been able to support agricultural production needs as expected. In such cases, farmers need enrichment from outside organisms. Farmers can do this through biodiversity fertilizer.

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