diversity of soil
The soil microflora contains a wide range of microbial strains. Microorganisms in soil are essential for the maintenance of soil functions in both natural and managed soils due to their involvement in key processes including soil structure formation, toxin removal, decomposition of organic matter, and the recycling of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulphur. In addition, microorganisms play vital roles in promoting plant growth, suppressing soilborne plant diseases, and creatingfvegetation. Therefore changes in vegetation. Therefore, the microbial diversity in soil habitats, which could be used as an ecosystem indicator, has generated increased interest.