The bacteria found in soil is usually harmful and measures are taken to remove any traces of microorganisms.

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If this were to be a true and or false statement, then most bacteria found in soil may be harmful to us, yet to the plants and other organisms that rely on those plants, these bacteria are extremely helpful as they facilitate the recycling of essential nutrients and other ions that plants require such as nitrogen, which ultimately allows traces of nitrogen to be taken in by other consumers within a food chain, a crucial component for growth and development.

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