Use ofAzospirillum brasilense as biofertilizer in intensive wheat cropping View Full Text


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DATE

1982-06

AUTHORS

L. Reynders, K. Vlassak

ABSTRACT

Three field experiments were conducted on ten cultivars of winterwheat and four cultivars of springwheat to estimate the growth promoting effect ofAzospirillum brasilense under varying nitrogen doses. Independent of cultivar selection or nitrogen dose a highly significant yield increase could be observed in winterwheat: strains S631 and SpBr14 increased the average grain yield with 9.14% and 14.82% respectively. When the yield components were studied a coinciding increase in ear density could be demonstrated of resp. 10.57% and 13.55%. Less significant results were obtained with springwheat although in one experiment strain SpBr14 significantly increased grain yield. As with winterwheat tillering of the plant was markedly affected by inoculation with both strains. In a companion greenhouse experiment it was found that inoculation with Azospirillum can cause a decrease in the root mass of wheatplants except when strain SpBr14 is used. Therefore it is suggested that the presence of a higher tillering together with an undisturbed nutrient uptake capacity can result in yield increases after inoculation withAzospirillum brasilense. More... »

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217-223

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1977. Overview of Nitrogen Fixation in GENETIC ENGINEERING FOR NITROGEN FIXATION
  • 1970-02. The importance of non-symbiotic nitrogen-fixing micro-organisms in agriculture in PLANT AND SOIL
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