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Identification, Evaluation, and Development of Selected Microbial Consortia for Sustainable Agricultur
In Andhra Pradesh, India, soil samples from various agroclimatic zones were collected and tested for the isolation of useful microorganisms in 2009–2010. Nine microbial strains (Bacillus spp., Streptomyces spp., Azotobacter spp., and Frauteria spp.) were found and given new names based...
Date: Nov 22 2022, Open Access
Making a Suggestion for Minimum Mineral Composition Limits in Drinking Wa
According to test results, the amount of synthetic pesticides and metal pollutants in modern Indian foods is extremely low. In terms of public health, minerals cannot be contrasted with artificial pesticides. Minerals are present in food and water to some level. The public’s health could be seriously threatened by mineral deficiencies...
Date: October 12 2022, Open Access
Active Diffusion in Soil: A Investigation and its Verification in Environmental Studies
In a harsh environment, encapsulation can slow the breakdown of insecticides. To balance the amounts of pesticide that are degraded and absorbed by plants, however, the proper release profile design is essential. Compound A, an insecticide that degrades quickly in soil, is used in this research as an example to show how mathema...
Date: September 19 2022, Open Access
Vermicompost, inorganic fertiliser, and biofertilizers all have different effects on the biochemical components of chillies (Ns - 1701
n addition to the creation of premium fertilisers without the use of agrochemicals, organic agriculture is a holistic approach to farming. Biofertilizers, or live organisms used to fertilise soil, are a valuable addition to the common use of chemical nitrogen fertilisers and contribute...
Date: August 15 2022, Open Access
Identification of Egyptian Fluorescent Rhizosphere Pseudomonad Isolates Possessing High Nematicidal Activity Against the Plant Parasitic Nematode Meloidogyne Incognita
The in vitro nematicidal activity of 52 Egyptian rhizosphere fluorescent pseudomonad isolates (ERFP) was examined. The screening results revealed a 57% to 100% hatching inhibition for Meloidogyne incognita eggs. Cell-free supernatants (CFS) of the ERFP isolates showed total suppression of egg hatching and killed 100% of the J2, similar to the chemical nematicide...
Date: July 04 2022, Open Access