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Distribution and activity of phosphate solubilising microorganisms in the rhizosphere of coconut and cacao under mixed cropping

by Nair, S.K; Rao, N.S.S.
Publisher: 1977Subject(s): THEOBROMA CACAO | INSECTOS DAÑINOS DE LA RAIZ | CULTIVO MIXTO | RIZOSFERA | FAUNA DEL SUELO | PSEUDOMONAS | ASPERGILLUS | FOSFATOS | SOLUBILIDAD | THEOBROMA CACAO | ROOT EATING INSECTS | MIXED CROPPING | RHIZOSPHERE | SOIL FAUNA | PSEUDOMONAS | ASPERGILLUS | PHOSPHATES | SOLUBILITY | THEOBROMA CACAO | INSECTE RADICIVORE | CULTURE EN MELANGE | RHIZOSPHERE | FAUNE DU SOL | PSEUDOMONAS | ASPERGILLUS | PHOSPHATE | SOLUBILITE In: Journal of Plantation Crops (India) v. 5(2) p. 67-70Summary: Two efficient phosphate solubilising microorganisms, Pseudomonas sp. and Aspergillus niger, were isolated from the rhizosphere of coconut and cacao. They were capable of solubilising 49.0 per cent and 49.7 per cent inorganic phosphate. The incidence of phosphate solubilising microorganisms and available phosphorus in different rhizosphere soils were directly related
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Two efficient phosphate solubilising microorganisms, Pseudomonas sp. and Aspergillus niger, were isolated from the rhizosphere of coconut and cacao. They were capable of solubilising 49.0 per cent and 49.7 per cent inorganic phosphate. The incidence of phosphate solubilising microorganisms and available phosphorus in different rhizosphere soils were directly related

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