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What Do Bacteria Need to Grow?

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The chief requirements for bacterial growth are food, moisture, warmth or temperature and time. Different bacteria require varied specific amounts and conditions of these requirements and due to this; they do not all multiply at the same rate in the same environment.
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There are good and bad bacteria and they grow in the best temperature and environment for their individual needs. Any place there is food, water, warmth and time is an optimal environment
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