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Impact of substitution of diammonium phosphate by mussoorie rock phosphate and phosphate solubilizing bacteria as a cheap source of P in pigeonpea



Impact of substitution of diammonium phosphate by mussoorie rock phosphate and phosphate solubilizing bacteria as a cheap source of P in pigeonpea



Current Research University of Agricultural Sciences Bangalore 31(9/10): 156-158



A field experiment was conducted under rainfed conditions during kharif of 1998-999 in Bangalore, Karnataka, India to test the feasibility of mussoorie rock phosphate with seed inoculation of phosphate-solubilizing bacteria (PSB, Bacillus polymyxa (Paenibacillus polymyxa)) as a cheap source of P over diammonium phosphate in pigeon peas.

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