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Author Kanchalee Jetiyanon
Alternative Author Ornrat Lohitnavy
Pinyupa Plianbangchang
Sakchai Wittaya-Areeku
Songklanakarin Journal of Science and Technology
Title"Rhizoproduct",a biofertilizer containing spores of Bacillus cereus strain RS87 for early rice seedling enhancement and potential for partial fertilizer substitution
Alternative Title"Rhizoproduct",a biofertilizer containing spores of Bacillus cereus strain RS87 for early rice seedling enhancement and potential for partial fertilizer substitution
ImprintVol. 39 No. 1, January - February 2017
Call# FOOD 8271

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AbstractThe objectives of this study were to investigate the seed to seedling enhancement of Rhizo-product u nder laboratory conditions and to explore the efficacy of the product for partial fertilizer substitution in rice gr owth and yield production under submerged soil. Results showed that rice seedlings treated with Rhizo-product was significantl y promoted compared to the non-bacterized control. Greenhouse experiments revealed that the growth parameters of all rice c ultivars treated at 50% recommended fertilizer rate (RFR) and supplemented with Rhizo-product were better than, or equal to, the growth parameters of rice plants treated with full fertilizer rate (FFR) alone. Additionally, yield production of all rice cultivars receiving 50% RFR supplemented with the product was similar to rice treated with FFR alone. In conclusion, Rhizo-produ ct stimulated early rice seed to seedling growth and exhibited growth and yield production at 50% RFR that was comparable to growth and yield production at FFR.
Descriptpage 109-116
SubjectRhizo-product,
early rice seedlings promotion
0% chemical fertilizer replacement
rice yield enhan cement
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