rhizobacteria


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rhizobacteria

bacteria within the phylum PURPLE BACTERIA. They are found in the SOIL, mainly in the RHIZOSPHERE, and can induce ROOT-NODULE formation in LEGUMES.
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Most IR reports mediated by microorganisms are related to epiphytic or endophytic rhizobacteria colonizing any part of the plant, promoting beneficial effects such as plant development, resistance to diseases and arthropods, and adaptation to environmental stresses (Hallmann et al.
Induction of systemic resistance in Chinese cabbage against black rot by plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria. Biological Control, 99: 8-13.
Both P nutrition and rhizobacteria positively affected wheat growth, yield and nutrient concentration.
putidae and Bacillus could induce resistance against plant pathogens [44,27] Also, Van Loon [40] has been reported that non-pathogenic rhizobacteria are capable to disease suppression in plants and promotion in plant growth.
The goals of the study were to investigate the role of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) (Bacillus megaterium TV-6D, Bacillus megaterium TV-20E, Peanibacillus polymyxa KIN-37, and combination of Bacillus megaterium TV-6D +Pantoea agglomerans RK-92+Brevibacillus choshiensis TV-53D) in alleviating the harmfull effects of drought stress in cabbage seedlings grown under different irrigation levels.
These soil-borne bacteria with plant-growth promoting effects are generally termed plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) [11, 16].
The growth promoting rhizobacteria (Pseudomonas fluorescens) suppressed infestation of M.
Pathway BioLogic, LLC develops and manufactures biological crop solutions that increase crop yield through naturally-derived products, more specifically, Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria.
Among the bio-fertilizers that have been studied in depth are the plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR).
EFFECT OF RHIZOBACTERIA IN THE CONTROL OF Rhizoctonia solani IN POTATO CROPS