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Phenolic acid degradation fungi screened from successive plantation site of Chinese fir



Phenolic acid degradation fungi screened from successive plantation site of Chinese fir



Ying Yong Sheng Tai Xue Bao 12(3): 344-346



Successive plantation of Chinese fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata) leads an obvious decline of soil fertility. To solve the urgent problem, five fungal species (F2, F3, F4, F7, F15) which can effectively degrade phenolic acid were screened to degrade the toxic material in successive plantation site and to improve the soil bioactivity. Pot experiment showed that all test fungus, except F4, could improve plant growth individually, but not counteract the effect of phenolic acid. Inoculating five inoculated fungi mixed with equal proportion not only counteracted the inhibitory effect of phenolic acid but also improved the growth of Chinese fir uninoculated with VAM fungi but inoculated with G. mosseae.

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