Teknologi Budidaya Tanaman Tomat Melalui Inverted Gardening dan Conventional Gardening Berbasis Pemanfaatan Bakteri Indigenus

  title={Teknologi Budidaya Tanaman Tomat Melalui Inverted Gardening dan Conventional Gardening Berbasis Pemanfaatan Bakteri Indigenus},
  author={Sri Widawati and I Made Sudiana and Endang Sukara and Agus Muharam},
Widawati, S, Sudiana, IM, Sukara, E, and Muharam, A 2012. The Technology of Tomato Plant Cultivation Through Inverted and Conventional Gardening Based on Utilization of Indigenous Bacteria. Azzofor-wd3 is a solid inoculant consisted of 16 peat indigenous bacteria isolates i.e. Rhizobium, Azotobacter, Azospirillum, and PSB four isolates respectively were used as biofertilizers to stimulate tomato production on inverted and conventional gardening. An experiment was conducted at the Research… Expand
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The physiology of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal roots
Improved phosphate nutrition is not always sufficient to explain the observed effects of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae on the host plant's physiology, and certain specialized enzyme activities are specifically associated with this alternative pathway of phosphate nutrition in mycor RH plants. Expand
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Endogone spore numbers in soil and vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza in wheat as influenced by season ans soil treatment
The increases in spore numbers and mycorrhizal infection during the summer suggest that Endogone has little effect on wheat during the spring period of rapid root and shoot development before flowering. Expand
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