Inoculation with Bacillus licheniformis MH48Promotes Nutrient Uptake in Seedlings of theOrnamental Plant Camellia japonica grown inKorean Reclaimed Coastal Lands

@article{Park2017InoculationWB,
  title={Inoculation with Bacillus licheniformis MH48Promotes Nutrient Uptake in Seedlings of theOrnamental Plant Camellia japonica grown inKorean Reclaimed Coastal Lands},
  author={Hyun-Gyu Park and Yong-Seong Lee and Kil-Yong Kim and Yun Serk Park and Ki Hyung Park and Taeho Han and Chong Min Park and Young Sang Ahn},
  journal={Korean Journal of Horticultural Science \& Technology},
  year={2017},
  volume={35},
  pages={11-20}
}
The objective of this study was to determine whether inoculation with Bacillus licheniformis MH48 as a plant growth-promoting rhizobacterium (PGPR) could promote nutrient uptake of seedlings of the ornamental plant Camellia japonica in the Saemangeum reclaimed coastal land in Korea. B. licheniformis MH48 inoculation increased total nitrogen and phosphorus content in soils by 2.2 and 20.0 fold, respectively, compared to those without bacterial inoculation. In addition, B. licheniformis MH48… 

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