Efficient Nutrient Use and Plant Probiotic Microbes Interaction View Full Text


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DATE

2017-09-26

AUTHORS

Moses Awodun , Segun Oladele , Adebayo Adeyemo

ABSTRACT

The use of organic and inorganic fertilizers excessively to enhance soil fertility and crop productivity in the quest towards food security achievement has resulted in detrimental environmental effects, water and soil pollution and ecosystem imbalance. Exploitation of eco-friendly beneficial microbes, emerging microbial bioengineering technologies and the identification of novel microbial gene resources which can be used in transgenic and designer plant technologies for efficient nutrient management have been touted to be the next transformational revolution in food security and mitigation of agro-environmental degradation. Research studies in this direction have demonstrated that these plant–microbe interaction technologies can enhance plant uptake of nutrients, increase the use efficiency of organic and inorganic fertilizers and a decrease in farming cost. The focus of this chapter is on recent findings in areas of plant–microbe interaction for nutrient management, major beneficial microbes, their mechanism of action and plant–microbe interactions using transgenic technologies for efficient nutrient use. More... »

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217-232

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