Compost biofortification with diazotrophic and P-solubilizing bacteria improves maturation process and P availability.

@article{Busato2017CompostBW,
  title={Compost biofortification with diazotrophic and P-solubilizing bacteria improves maturation process and P availability.},
  author={J. G. Busato and Daniel Bas{\'i}lio Zandonadi and A. R. M{\'o}l and R. S. Souza and K. P. Aguiar and F. B. R. Junior and F. Olivares},
  journal={Journal of the science of food and agriculture},
  year={2017},
  volume={97 3},
  pages={
          949-955
        }
}
BACKGROUND Phosphorus-containing fertilizers play an important role in tropical agriculture owing to the well documented shortage of plant-available P in soils. Traditional P fertilizer production is based on chemical processing of insoluble rock phosphate (RP), which includes an acid treatment at high temperature. Processing the RP increases fertilizer costs, making it unavailable for undercapitalized and typically family-based farmers. Biotechnological methods have been proposed as an… Expand
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