New Perspectives and Approaches in Plant Growth-Promoting by Peter A. H. M. Bakker, Jos M. Raaijmakers (auth.), P. A. H.

By Peter A. H. M. Bakker, Jos M. Raaijmakers (auth.), P. A. H. M. Bakker, J. M. Raaijmakers, G. Bloemberg, M. Höfte, P. Lemanceau, B. M. Cooke (eds.)

In the context of accelerating foreign hindrance for foodstuff and environmental caliber, use of Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) for decreasing chemical inputs in agriculture is a in all probability very important factor. PGPR are root-colonizing micro organism that exert necessary results on plant development and improvement, yet they are often additionally hired within the keep an eye on of plant pathogens, for reinforcing the potency of fertilizers, and for degrading xenobiotic compounds. This ebook presents an replace via popular foreign specialists at the most modern advances within the ecology of those very important micro organism, the applying of leading edge methodologies for his or her examine, their interplay with the host plant, and their capability software in agriculture.

Reprinted from European magazine of Plant Pathology, quantity 119, No. three, 2007

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