Microphos: Principles, Production and Application Strategies View Full Text


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2014-07-31

AUTHORS

Almas Zaidi , Md. Saghir Khan , Ees Ahmad

ABSTRACT

The increasing demand for inexpensive, ecologically sound and environmentally friendly agricultural practices has warranted the use of microbial fertilizers. The preparation from microbial inoculants (biofertilizers) especially the organisms capable of transforming insoluble phosphorus (P) to soluble and available forms is one of the better choices for enhancing crop production by supplying essential nutrients and other growth regulators in different production systems. Furthermore, the critical interactions between microbial communities with soil constituents and plants have provided some novel clues to better exploit them in agricultural practices. Even though the use of microbial preparation in agriculture is an old practice, the production of efficient inoculants expressing consistent performance under field soil is a major obstacle in their extensive and practical application. Therefore, the variations in the performance of microbial inoculants including microphos have greatly hampered their large-scale application. On the other hand, the selection of the technology for inoculant production and modes of their application are key to their success. We highlight here the various strategies employed to produce the phosphatic microbial inoculants (microphos), and how this inoculants can be applied under different agro-ecological niches is discussed and considered. More... »

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