RESPONSE OF SOYBEAN (CV. JS - 335) TO PHOSPHATE SOLUBILIZING BIOFERTILIZERS

Article Id: ARCC3761 | Page : 268 - 271
Citation :- RESPONSE OF SOYBEAN (CV. JS - 335) TO PHOSPHATE SOLUBILIZING BIOFERTILIZERS.Legume Research-An International Journal.2005.(28):268 - 271
P.R. Paratey and P.V. Wani
Address : Mahatma Phule Krishl Vidyapeeth, Rahuri - 413 722, India

Abstract

The inoculation of five phosphate solubilizing isolates recorded significant increase in plant height, plant dry matter, nodulation, N and P uptake and grain yield of soybean crop. The inoculant effect was maximum in respect of Aspergillus awamori and it was followed by Bacillus strain-1, Aspergillus fumigatus, Bacillus strain-2 and Aspergillus niger, respectively. The inoculant with fungal isolate Aspergillus awamori recorded the maximum increase in plant height, plant dry matter at flowering and harvesting, respectively and it was followed by Bacillus strain-1 and other isolates. All the isolates increased the grain yield, N and P uptake over uninoculated treatment.

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