DUAL INOCULATION EFFECT OF RHIZOBIUMAND PHOSPHATE SOLUBILIZING BACTERIA (PSB) ON PEA (P/SUM SATIVUM L.)

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Citation :- DUAL INOCULATION EFFECT OF RHIZOBIUMAND PHOSPHATE SOLUBILIZING BACTERIA (PSB) ON PEA (P/SUM SATIVUM L.).Indian Journal Of Agricultural Research.2003.(37):1 - 8
M.K. Tyagi, C.P. Singh·, P. Bhattacharayya·· and N.L. Sharma·"
Address : Regional BiofertiUzer· Development Centre, tvjl;'istry of Agriculture, Government of India, Jabalpur - 482 004, India

Abstract

The combined influence of Rhizobium and phosphate solubilizing bacteria (PSB) were studied on Peer (Pisum sativum L) with the application of two levels of nitrogen (0 and 10 kg ha−1), five P sources and levels i.e. control, two P sources {single super phosphate (SSP) and mussoorie rock phosphate (MRP)} with two levels of each (30 and 60 kg P2O5 ha−1) and five biofertilizer treatments including control, Rhizobium, PSB, Compositculture of Rhizobium + PSB and single culture of Rhizobium and PSB. The highest number of nodules, grain and dry matter yield was recorded with combined inoculation of composit and single culture of Rhizobium and PSB. Application of Rhizobium and PSB alone performed poor. No significant differences were observed among phosphatic fertilizer treatments viz., SSP30, SSP60 and MRP30. The interaction effect between phosphorus and biofertilizers was found significant

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