Biofertilizers, like the name indicates, are fertilizers that are created from helpful living organisms—and are ideal for farmers who both do not want to use guy-produced natural and organic fertilizers or who want to enhance them. If you use biofertilizers effectively then you will invariably protect the environment while restoring or maintaining the fertility of your soil and/or plants. Since of the wide definition of biofertilizers we have a wide variety that start from basic composite heaps whose decomposition is left to the forces of nature to compost heaps whose environment is manipulated to enhance decomposition and ultimately to the use of cultures to speed up decomposition of natural and organic supplies. I will suppose that you are looking through this since you want to hurry up the decomposition of your natural and organic residues by utilizing inoculates? So how do you decide on the type of biofertilizer inoculate to use?i. Decide what you want the biofertilizer for? Yes, you want to enhance your soil or your crops… but in what way? Is it that you need nitrogen? Or phosphates… or is it potassium… or a combination of all or some of them?