Recent Advances in Biofertilizers and Biofungicides (PGPR) by Adoracian Armanda, William D. Dar, Patricio S. Faylon,

By Adoracian Armanda, William D. Dar, Patricio S. Faylon, Rodolfo I. Ilao, K. Vijay Krishna Kumar

International predicament over the demerits of chemical compounds in agriculture has diverted the eye of researchers in the direction of utilizing the possibility of PGPR in agriculture. This ebook comprises many helpful and significant study papers concerning using bio-fertilizers and bio-fungicides for sustainable agriculture. This quantity is gifted in an easy-to-understand demeanour, with well-illustrated protocols, and up to date information at the creation, formula and commercialization of PGPR. The chapters on advertisement power, exchange and regulatory matters between Asian international locations are necessary additions. As such, this e-book will end up helpful for college students, researchers, academics, and marketers within the quarter of PGPR and its allied fields

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On the other hand, baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) at the rate of 80 g/16 L water and B. subtilis (PCN-2011-003) applied at 107 cfu/ml were comparable with the untreated control. No significant differences, however, were noted in pod yield. The effectiveness of combining B. subtilis with selected organic-based products against the disease was also determined under greenhouse conditions. Based on AUDPC values, EYCO alone was the most effective followed by EYCO + garlic extract. However, B. subtilis + EYCO and B.

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Chinese. 1 below) were evaluated. Plants treated with Virtuoso (a commercial preparation of B. subtilis) and those sprayed with Sulphur, including untreated plants, were provided as controls. The selection of treatments was based on the results of previous greenhouse experiments. The first treatment application was done five weeks after sowing, and thereafter weekly. Disease assessment was done weekly before treatment application using the powdery mildew rating, as shown in Fig. , on the area under the disease progress curve (AUDPC was calculated using the formula of Campbell & Madden [1990]).

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