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Role of Plant Growth-Promoting Microorganisms as a Tool for Environmental Sustainability
Abstract A plethora of human activities may be blamed for the current and continuing deteriorating status of the milieu; among them, agricultural activities have also increasingly occupied a… Expand
The Status of Research and Application of Biofertilizers and Biopesticides: Global Scenario
Abstract Modern agriculture lost its sustainability owing to excess use of chemical fertilizers and harmful pesticides further leading to higher cost of cultivation, declined food security and… Expand
Aspergillus and Fusarium control in the early stages of Arachis hypogaea (groundnut crop) by plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) consortium.
In this study, we have attempted to develop a plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) consortia against early-stage diseases in Arachis hypogaea (Groundnut crop) plantation of Andhra Pradesh,… Expand
Effective Role of Microorganisms in Livestock Development
- Dilip Reddy Gunturu, Muralidhar Yegireddy, Sravanthi Mannem, A. Mekapogu, N. P. Tollamadugu
Abstract The exponential growth of world population combined with economic growth has increased the demand for livestock products. To meet this demand, there are several approaches being in force… Expand
Nanotechnology-based innovative technologies for high agricultural productivity: Opportunities, challenges, and future perspectives
Abstract Limited fuel reserves like natural gas and petroleum have made an impact on the production costs of chemical fertilizers and pesticides, and hence precision farming (maximizing crop yields… Expand
Microbes in the Generation of Genetically Engineered Plants for Disease Resistance
Abstract Agriculture is facing numerous challenges ranging from environmental changes to increases in frequency and severity of devastating diseases influencing yield, thereby effecting economic… Expand
Novel phytosynthesis of nanoparticles using Indigeneous Australian Plants
Nanoparticles are considered to be the building blocks of nanotechnology. Biosynthesis of nanoparticles using plant material is an exciting and relatively new developing research area in… Expand