Enhancing crop growth, nutrients availability, economics and beneficial rhizosphere microflora through organic and biofertilizers

@article{Jilani2009EnhancingCG,
  title={Enhancing crop growth, nutrients availability, economics and beneficial rhizosphere microflora through organic and biofertilizers},
  author={Ghulam Jilani and Abida Akram and Raja M. Ali and F. Y. Hafeez and Imran Haider Shamsi and Arshad Nawaz Chaudhry and Abid Ghafoor Chaudhry},
  journal={Annals of Microbiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={57},
  pages={177-184}
}
Field experiment was conducted on fodder maize to explore the potential of integrated use of chemical, organic and biofertilizers for improving maize growth, beneficial microflora in the rhizosphere and the economic returns. The treatments were designed to make comparison of NPK fertilizer with different combinations of half dose of NP with organic and biofertilizers viz. biological potassium fertilizer (BPF), Biopower, effective microorganisms (EM) and green force compost (GFC). Data reflected… 
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