Development of Future Bio-formulations for Sustainable Agriculture View Full Text


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2017-09-26

AUTHORS

Veluswamy Karthikeyan , Kulliyan Sathiyadash , Kuppu Rajendran

ABSTRACT

Integrated agriculture based on the basis of the use of chemical fungicides, pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers. From the point of environmental and human health concern, the prolonged usage of these chemicals is causing drastic damage. The development of biological control methods of plant disease control is cost effecting and eco-friendly approach integrated and sustainable agriculture. Compared to chemical control, the biological control of plant disease is a presently prominent strategy for disease control and growth promotion by means of increasing shoot and root length. Biocontrol agents are proved as potential agents for disease management. The other parts of the beneficial microbes are efficient plant growth promoters (PGPR). Many microorganisms from the rhizosphere can positively influence plant growth and plant health and are referred to as PGPR. More... »

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175-193

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