My apologies to who posted this first. I have lost track of the OP.
Regarding a bacteria that adds nitrogen to the soil for better crop yields.
If this does not work with glyphosate that would be a huge godsend. IF not then this would be useless with commercial crops.
It would still work with organic crops making them far more economical in relative terms.
This would solve a lot of our problems.
Plus NG is used currently to create a synthetic nitrogen fertilizer for commercial crops primarily. If organic crops do more to edge out commercial growers who rely on GMOs, then our dinner tables would see a deflationary force and a betterment of our health.