AN ECONOMIC INQUIRY INTO GROWTH AND INSTABILITY OF INDIA'S AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS

Article Id: ARCC3040 | Page : 25-30
Citation :- AN ECONOMIC INQUIRY INTO GROWTH AND INSTABILITY OF INDIA'S AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS.Indian Journal Of Agricultural Research.2001.(35):25-30
Khem Chand, V.C. Mathur- and Shalander Kumar-
Address : CAZRI, Regional Research Station, Pali·Marwar-306 401, India

Abstract

Rhizobacteria isolated from mungbean roots were screened for their plant growth promotory effects on mungbean under aseptic pot culture conditions. The effect varied from stunted growth to elongation of root and shoot to neutral response. Out of 121 isolates tested, application of 16 isolates resulted in better growth of mungbean plants throughout the 30 days experiment, causing an improvement of plant growth by 62% to 106% relative to the control (judged from dry mass). Of these, 3 were classified as Pseudomonas sp., 9 as Bacillus sp.and 4 as Enterobacter sp.

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