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and phosphorous. Abstract E8, 11 th IFOAM Scientific Conference, 11–15 Aug, Copenhagen, Denmark; 1996. Wani, P. A., Khan, M. S., Zaidi, A.: Chromium reduction, plant growth promoting potentials and metal

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Twenty strains of Pseudomonas fluorescens were evaluated for their potential in promoting plant growth and in the control of late leaf spot caused by Cercosporidium personatum in groundnut under greenhouse conditions. Seed treatment with P. fluorescens strain Pf1 recorded the highest germination percentage and the maximum plant height. Seed treatment with P. fluorescens Pf1 significantly controlled late leaf spot disease of groundnut and increased the pod yield. When the treated seeds were sown in soil, the antagonist colonized well in the groundnut rhizosphere. P. fluorescens Pf1 showed the maximum production of indole acetic acid in in vitro.

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Zaidi, A., Khan, M. S., Ahemad, M., Oves, M.: Plant growth promotion by phosphate solubilizing bacteria. Acta Microbiol. Immunol. Hung. 56 , 263–284 (2009). Oves M

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., Gulati, A.: Organic acid production in vitro and plant growth promotion in maize under controlled environment by phosphate-solubilizing fluorescent Pseudomonas . BMC Microbiol 9 , 174 (2009). Gulati A

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of plant growth and development. [Növényélettan. Növekedés- és fejlődésélettan.] JATEPress, Szeged, 2008. [Hungarian] Osborne, D. J.: Plant hormones: A history of discovery and scientific fashion. In: More

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393 399 Hynes, R. K., Lazarovits, G. (1989): Effect of seed treatment with plant growth promoting rhizobacteria on the protein profiles of intercellular fluids from bean and

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plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) may provide alternative solutions ( Dinesh et al., 2015 ). PGPR represents a wide variety of rhizosphere-inhabiting bacteria, which colonize the root systems of plants and can stimulate plant growth indirectly

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Acta Biologica Hungarica
Authors: Raheem Shahzad, Muhammad Waqas, Abdul Latif Khan, Khadija Al-Hosni, Sang-Mo Kang, Chang-Woo Seo, and In-Jung Lee

plant growth promotion and biological control of seedling disease of rice . Can. J. Microbiol. 47 , 916 – 924 . 2. Andrews , J. H. ( 1992 ) Biological control

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. Chen , Y. , Aviad , T. ( 1990 ) Effects of humic substances on plant growth . In: MacCarthy , P. , Clapp , C. E. , Malcolm , R. L. , Bloom , P. R. (eds), Humic Substances in Soil and Crop Sciences: Selected Readings . SSSA , Madison

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wheat grown with varying nutrient supply. Plant Growth Regul. , 11 , 343–348. Staden J. The effect of thidiazuron on the yield of wheat grown with varying nutrient supply

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