The Pomegranate Vase: Its Origins and Continuity by Sara A. Immerwahr

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In rhizosphere, the population of both the genera increased corresponding to increase in the age of the plant. Yadav and Nagendra Kumar (1989) observed reduction of nitrogen fertilizer to half or one-third dose along with Azospirillum, which improved the mulberry plant growth and leaf yield at par with full dose of nitrogen fertilizer. Umakant and Bagyaraj (1998) reported improvement of plant growth in mulberry nursery with dual inoculation of Azotobacter chroococcum and Glomus fasciculatum. During several studies, Das et al.

Putida under greenhouse conditions, while Chanway and Holl (1994) used A. oxydans and P. aureofaciens in Douglas Fir and recorded improved height and biomass. On the other hand, Arthrobacter sp. increased the shoot length of pine. Leyval and Berthelin (1989) found that a strain of Agrobacterium radiobacter increased biomass of beech and pine. According to one of the reports from authors group, Pinus roxburghii was found to show luxuriant growth due to application of Bacillus subtilis BN1. Seed treatment resulted in significant increase in seed germination, early seedling emergence, increase in biomass besides reduction in charcoal root rot in chir-pine seedlings (Singh et al.

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