Penicillium bilaii effects on maize growth and P uptake from soil and localized sewage sludge in a rhizobox experiment

@article{GmezMuoz2016PenicilliumBE,
  title={Penicillium bilaii effects on maize growth and P uptake from soil and localized sewage sludge in a rhizobox experiment},
  author={Beatriz G{\'o}mez-Mu{\~n}oz and Sabrina Pittroff and Andreas de Neergaard and L S Jensen and Mette Haubjerg Nicolaisen and Jakob Magid},
  journal={Biology and Fertility of Soils},
  year={2016},
  volume={53},
  pages={23-35}
}
With P being a non-renewable resource, the use of microbial inoculants and waste products for more efficient and sustainable P use in plant production has been proposed. We investigated the ability of Penicillium bilaii to mobilize P in a low-fertility soil with or without amendment of sewage sludge as additional P source. Maize was grown for 27 days in rhizoboxes enabling studies of root growth in addition to plant and soil parameters. P. bilaii was inoculated either at the seed or the sewage… CONTINUE READING

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