Biological Control of Chickpea Collar Rot by Co-inoculation of Antagonistic Bacteria and Compatible Rhizobia

@article{Hameeda2010BiologicalCO,
  title={Biological Control of Chickpea Collar Rot by Co-inoculation of Antagonistic Bacteria and Compatible Rhizobia},
  author={Bee Hameeda and Gudipati Harini and O. P. Rupela and J. V. D. K. Kumar Rao and Gopal Reddy},
  journal={Indian Journal of Microbiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={50},
  pages={419-424}
}
Two hundred and seven bacteria were isolated from composts and macrofauna and screened for plant growth promoting and antagonistic traits. Seven of the 207 isolates showed antagonistic activity against Sclerotium rolfsii in plate culture. Inhibition of S. rolfsii by the bacterial isolates ranged between 61 and 84%. Two of the seven isolates were Bacillus sp. and rest belonged to Pseudomonas sp. Two isolates, Pseudomonas sp. CDB 35 and Pseudomonas sp. BWB 21 was compatible with chickpea… CONTINUE READING

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