Effect of foliar spray of hormones on the rhizosphere mycoflora of leguminous weeds

  title={Effect of foliar spray of hormones on the rhizosphere mycoflora of leguminous weeds},
  author={Shanker Bhat Sullia},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
SummaryThe effect of the foliar spray of two hormonesviz indole acetic acid and gibberellic acid on the rhizosphere mycoflora ofCassia tora L. andCrotalaria medicaginea Lamk., two leguminous weeds, has been studied at different stages of growth of the plants. Three sprays of the aqueous solutions of the hormones were made from the seedling stage onwards and, in all, five samplings of the rhizospheres were made. Estimation of the mycoflora was made by the dilution plate method as described in… 
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  • J. Vraný
  • Biology, Medicine
    Folia Microbiologica
  • 2008
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