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Alginate-entrapped Enterobacter spp . MN 17 Coated Diammonium Phosphate Improves Growth , Yield and Phosphorus Use Efficiency of Wheat

@inproceedings{Aziz2018AlginateentrappedES,
  title={Alginate-entrapped Enterobacter spp . MN 17 Coated Diammonium Phosphate Improves Growth , Yield and Phosphorus Use Efficiency of Wheat},
  author={Muhammad Zahir Aziz and M. Yaseen and M. Naveed and M. Shahid},
  year={2018}
}
  • Muhammad Zahir Aziz, M. Yaseen, +1 author M. Shahid
  • Published 2018
  • One of the successful, effective and safe methods to enhance phosphorus use efficiency (PUE) is coating of diammonium phosphate (DAP) with alginate-entrapped bacteria (Enterobacter spp. MN17) which not only release microbes and phosphorus (P) slowly in soil but also protect microbes from soil stresses and P from fixation in soil. Present study was conducted with key aspects of alginate as endophytic microbes carrier, potential to maintain cell viability on DAP surface, effect on P release… CONTINUE READING
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