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Effect of Thiobacillus bacteria on increasing phosphorus availability from phosphate rock for corn grown on the calcareous soils of Iran


Effect of Thiobacillus bacteria on increasing phosphorus availability from phosphate rock for corn grown on the calcareous soils of Iran



Direct application of phosphate rock and related appropriate technology latest development and practical experiences Proceedings of an International Meeting, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 16-20 July 2001: 280-284



Phosphate rock (PR) is an essential part for producing P fertilizers. Although fertilizer industries are able to produce P-fertilizers by adding acid to the PR, the mechanical setup is very costly. Therefore, in some countries where PR mines are abundant and soil pH is generally low, this material is directly applied to the soil. In some places, a mixture of a sulfur-oxidizing bacteria, PR, and sulfur is marketed as Biosuper for supplying phosphorus to plants.

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