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Survival of inoculated rhizosphere bacteria and their influence on native bacterial populations in the root space of lucerne



Survival of inoculated rhizosphere bacteria and their influence on native bacterial populations in the root space of lucerne



Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde 160(4): 379-384



The survival of inoculated bacteria and their influence on native bacterial populations in the rhizosphere of lucerne (Medicago sativa) were investigated in a greenhouse experiment. The plant growth promoting strains Rhizobium meliloti me18 and Pseudomonas fluorescens PsIA12 were reisolated from the rhizosphere ~7 weeks after single and mixed strain inoculation. They did not induce lasting changes in the diversity of the native bacterial communities of the rhizosphere.

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