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Some observations on the occurrence of fluorescent Pseudomonads in soils



Some observations on the occurrence of fluorescent Pseudomonads in soils



Bact. Proc., 1969. 14:



An attempt was made to correlate the presence of non-spore-forming, easily recognizable bacteria with soil organic-matter content, salt concentration, texture and classification. 14 soils were examined for Pseudomonas aeruginosa, P. fluorescens and P. putida. None of the 3 species was isolated from the 4 soils with the highest salt concentration. Sandy soils with low organic C and soluble salt contents contained only P. fluorescens, other soils contained both P. fluorescens and P. putida.

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