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    Salmonella microorganisms love wet conditions safeguarded from the sun. They have the noteworthy capacity to make due under unfriendly conditions. They get by between the pH’s of 4 to 8+, and can develop somewhere in the range of 8 and 45 C. Salmonella are facultative anaerobic microorganisms that can make due under low oxygen pressure, for example, in fertilizer slurry pits. Salmonella are known to get by for significant stretches in soil and water. Salmonellae spread onto fields as excrement may get by for significant stretches

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