Beneficial microorganisms (bacteria or fungi) encapsulated in carrier material and applied to the environment for remediation and enhancement of agricultural productivity.

Root hairs play a key role in the endophytic colonization of olive roots by Pseudomonas spp. with biocontrol activity. (1/8)

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Induced terpene accumulation in Norway spruce inhibits bark beetle colonization in a dose-dependent manner. (2/8)

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Growth response of maize plantlets inoculated with Enterobacter spp., as a model for alternative agriculture. (3/8)

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Bioprospection of marine microorganisms: biotechnological applications and methods. (4/8)

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Genomic basis of broad host range and environmental adaptability of Rhizobium tropici CIAT 899 and Rhizobium sp. PRF 81 which are used in inoculants for common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). (5/8)

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An invasive Mimosa in India does not adopt the symbionts of its native relatives. (6/8)

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Microbial inoculants and their impact on soil microbial communities: a review. (7/8)

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Impact of Azospirillum sp. B510 inoculation on rice-associated bacterial communities in a paddy field. (8/8)

Rice seedlings were inoculated with Azospirillum sp. B510 and transplanted into a paddy field. Growth in terms of tiller numbers and shoot length was significantly increased by inoculation. Principal-coordinates analysis of rice bacterial communities using the 16S rRNA gene showed no overall change from B510 inoculation. However, the abundance of Veillonellaceae and Aurantimonas significantly increased in the base and shoots, respectively, of B510-inoculated plants. The abundance of Azospirillum did not differ between B510-inoculated and uninoculated plants (0.02-0.50%). These results indicate that the application of Azospirillum sp. B510 not only enhanced rice growth, but also affected minor rice-associated bacteria.  (+info)

Agricultural inoculants are biological products that contain beneficial microorganisms, such as bacteria or fungi, which are applied to seeds, soil, or plant surfaces to enhance plant growth, increase yield, and improve resistance to pests and diseases. These microorganisms form a mutually beneficial relationship with the plants, known as symbiosis, in which they help the plants absorb nutrients from the soil, fix nitrogen, and produce phytohormones that promote root growth and development.

Examples of agricultural inoculants include Rhizobia bacteria, which form nodules on the roots of leguminous plants and convert atmospheric nitrogen into ammonia that can be used by the plant; mycorrhizal fungi, which colonize plant roots and help them absorb water and nutrients from the soil; and Trichoderma fungi, which protect plants from pathogens and promote growth.

Agricultural inoculants are considered an environmentally friendly and sustainable alternative to chemical fertilizers and pesticides, as they improve crop productivity while reducing the negative impacts on the environment and human health.

Microbial inoculants also known as soil inoculants or bioinoculants are agricultural amendments that use beneficial ... Fungal inoculants can be used with or without additional amendments in private gardens, homesteads, agricultural production, ... Research into the benefits of inoculants in agriculture extends beyond their capacity as biofertilizers. Microbial inoculants ... Multiple strains of inoculant have also been demonstrated to increase total nitrogenase activity compared to single strains of ...
Microbial Inoculants in Sustainable Agricultural Productivity. Springer India. pp. 117-143. doi:10.1007/978-81-322-2647-5_7. ... Buzaite O, Baniulis D, Stanys V (2015). "Bacterial endophytes in agricultural crops and their role in stress tolerance: a ... Among the many promising applications of endophytic microbes are those intended to increase agricultural use of endophytes to ... Turfgrass seed of Festuca and Lolium perenne infected with fungal inoculants, Acremonium coenophialum and A. lolii, is ...
"Plant growth-promoting bacteria as inoculants in agricultural soils". Genetics and Molecular Biology. 38 (4): 401-19. doi: ...
Native soil populations are often low and can be increased by application as an agricultural inoculant. The species name ...
Several species of Glomus, including G. aggregatum, are cultured and sold as mycorrhizal inoculant for agricultural soils. One ...
In agriculture, inoculant bacteria are often applied to the seed coat of seeds prior to being sown. Inoculated seeds are more ... ed.). Soil Microbial Ecology: Applications in Agricultural and Environmental Management. New York, USA: Marcel Dekker Inc. pp. ... Though microbial inoculants can be beneficial for crops, they are not widely used in industrial agriculture, as large-scale ... A notable exception is the use of rhizobial inoculants for legumes such as peas. Inoculation with PGPRs ensures efficient ...
... also be used in an agricultural application for use as a biopesticide instead of using dangerous chemicals and or inoculants to ... The demand for agricultural products is constantly increasing due to the need of various fertilizers and pesticides. There are ...
In 2009, the first commercial inoculants containing Azospirillum came on the market, and by 2018, over 3 million doses were ... Since the 1970s, Azospirillum strains have been researched for their effects in improving agricultural yields and improving ... nov., a diazotroph from agricultural soil". International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 62 (Pt_5): 1185- ... nov., a nitrogen-fixing species isolated from agricultural soil". International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary ...
PSB have been introduced to the Agricultural community as phosphate Biofertilizer. Phosphorus (P) is one of the major essential ... The use of PSB as inoculants increases P uptake by plants. Simple inoculation of seeds with PSB gives crop yield responses ...
... and databases on agrometereological information for agricultural planning. Agricultural engineering: studies on agricultural ... Seeds for improved cultivars Virus-free plant saplings Inoculants for nitrogen fixation and microrhyzic fungus Chemical ... agricultural mechanization, etc. Phytotechnology and plant improvement: research and development on genetic improvement of ... IAC has an intense activity in the dissemination of agricultural information. It publishes a technical bulletin, technical ...
... which is an agricultural inoculant Penicillium camemberti, which is used in the production of Camembert, Brie and Cambozola ...
In 1991 Esperanza discovered the species Rizobium tropici a symbiont species of the bean now used extensively as an inoculant. ... She did postdoctoral research at the National Institute for Agricultural Research of Toulouse, France. She has also completed ... Some of them are used as inoculants or biofertilizers in agriculture. She is a postgraduate professor at the Universidad ... Some of the bacteria she described are used as inoculants or biofertilizers in agriculture. A species of Rhizobium was proposed ...
The inoculant can also be applied right into the soil but this method may be more expensive. The N2Africa seed inoculation ... Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics, 2(10), 351-358. Parwada, C., Gadzirayi, C. T., Muriritirwa, W. T., & Mwenye ... Inoculants can be purchased from private companies or obtained from non-profit organizations. A cost-effective and practical ... Bala, A., Karanja, N., Murwira M., Lwimbi L., Abaidoo R., & Giller K. (2011) Production and use of Rhizobial inoculants in ...
ECOSYL Products Ltd of Stokesley, North Yorkshire for biological inoculants. Edinburgh Military Tattoo of Edinburgh, Scotland ... JCB Compact Products Ltd of Cheadle, Staffordshire for small construction, industrial and agricultural equipment. JCB Materials ...
Chinese agricultural texts dating back hundreds of years refer to the importance of grasses and weeds in providing nutrients ... Organic gardening Soil inoculant Soil defertilisation Cover crop Soil acidification Vegan organic gardening Pieters, Adrian J ( ...
As a result of research of Gericke's claims by order of the Director of the California Agricultural Experiment Station of the ... Some studies have found that Bacillus inoculants allow hydroponic leaf lettuce to overcome high salt stress that would ... Parboiled rice husks (PBH) are an agricultural byproduct that would otherwise have little use. They decay over time, and allow ... Conventional Agricultural Methods". Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health. MDPI. 12 (6): 6879-6891. doi:10.3390/ijerph120606879. ...
It was first described by L. Leonian at the New Mexico State University Agricultural Experiment Station in Las Cruces in 1922 ... trellising cucurbit fruits and other ways to keep the fruit off the ground is a way to control secondary inoculants (zoospores ... Phytophthora capsici was first described by Leon H. Leonian at the New Mexico Agricultural Research Station in Las Cruces in ... Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida. Available from: http://plantpath.ifas.ufl.edu/takextpub/ ...
He attended Gifu Prefecture Agricultural College and trained as a microbiologist and agricultural scientist, beginning a career ... sometimes with humus or compost for microbial inoculants, and then are rolled within clay to form into small balls. This method ... Fukuoka called his agricultural philosophy shizen nōhō (自然農法), most commonly translated into English as "natural farming". It ... He worked at the Plant Inspection Division of the Yokohama Customs Bureau in 1934 as an agricultural customs inspector. In 1937 ...
Most agricultural crops will benefit from Rhizophagus irregularis inoculation. Generally host plants must be vascular plants, ... Rhizophagus irregularis (previously known as Glomus intraradices) is an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus used as a soil inoculant ... individual populations could be harmed by agricultural chemicals and tillage[citation needed]. In numerous scientific studies R ...
Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 54 (2): 373-381. doi:10.21162/PAKJAS/17.5874. ISSN 0552-9034. Peix, A.; Rivas-Boyero ... under water deficiency as a source of more efficient inoculants". Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 41 (12): 2568-2572. doi: ... "High diversity of chickpea Mesorhizobium species isolated in a Portuguese agricultural region". FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 48 ( ...
Soil inoculant - Soil life - Soil liquefaction - Soil management - Soil mechanics - Soil moisture - Soil moisture sensors - ... Agricultural soil science - Akadama - Albeluvisols - Alfisols - Alkali soil - Andisols - Angle of repose - Antigo (soil) - ... Agricultural soil science, Wikipedia indexes, Gardening lists, Soil science-related lists). ...
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 53 (9): 3626-30. doi:10.1021/jf040465z. hdl:10198/939. PMID 15853411. "Suillus ... collinitus is often used as a beneficial inoculant to help the young trees better survive in typically harsh soil conditions. ... and evaluation of mycorrhizal capacity of Suillus isolates from Central Spain for the selection of fungal inoculants". ...
Gomes, NC; Kosheleva, IA; Abraham, WR; Smalla, K (2005). "Effects of the inoculant strain Pseudomonas putida KT2442 (pNF142) ... to genetic manipulation has allowed it to be used in the synthesis of numerous organic pharmaceutical and agricultural ... it has been shown in the laboratory to function as a soil inoculant to remedy naphthalene-contaminated soils. Pseudomonas ...
The species has been shown to improve nutrient absorption and growth in several agricultural crops but is not typically applied ... "Inoculant of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (Rhizophagus clarus) Increase Yield of Soybean and Cotton under Field Conditions". ...
P. dissotocum can infect a large range of hosts, including many agricultural and horticultural crops like lettuce, spinach, ... Additionally, inoculation with Pseudomonas chlororaphis, a common biocontrol inoculant used in horticulture, has potential to ... Agricultural Water Management. 143: 9-28. Bibcode:2014AgWM..143....9R. doi:10.1016/j.agwat.2014.06.007. Sutton, John Clifford; ...
Brockwell, J (1971). "Patterns of symbiotic behaviour in Trigonella L." Australian Journal of Agricultural Research. 22 (6): ... "Studies of natural populations and mutants of rhizobium in the improvement of legume inoculants". Plant and Soil. 35 (1): 3-16 ... Australian Journal of Agricultural Research. 50 (3): 375. doi:10.1071/a98096. ISSN 0004-9409. Rogers, M. E.; Craig, A. D.; ... New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research. 50 (3): 299-306. doi:10.1080/00288230709510298. ISSN 0028-8233. S2CID 84432814. ...
Rhizobium inoculant is used for leguminous crops. Azotobacter can be used with crops like wheat, maize, mustard, cotton, potato ... "Bio-encapsulation of microbial cells for targeted agricultural delivery". Critical Reviews in Biotechnology. 31 (3): 211-226. ... Bioeffector Endophyte Microbial inoculant Rhizobacteria Fertilizer Seaweed fertilizer Vessey, J. Kevin (2003). "Plant growth ...
Using integrated crop management strategies, including fungicides, larger distances between rows, rhizobium inoculants, and ... World Journal of Agricultural Research. 2014. Gowda, C. L. L.; Upadhyaya, H. D.; Dronavalli, N.; Singh, Sube (2006). " ...
Aphids penetrate plant surfaces where they often reside and provide a host of potential inoculants through physical, digestive ... Agricultural pest insects, Hemiptera subfamilies). ...
Control of plant diseases is crucial to the reliable production of food, and it provides significant problems in agricultural ... Herbivory Horsfall-Barratt scale Inducible plant defenses against herbivory List of phytopathology journals Microbial inoculant ... Sophisticated agricultural developments now allow growers to choose from among systematically cross-bred species to ensure the ... and to keep pace with changes in agricultural practices.[citation needed] Plant diseases cause major economic losses for ...
Microbial inoculants also known as soil inoculants or bioinoculants are agricultural amendments that use beneficial ... Fungal inoculants can be used with or without additional amendments in private gardens, homesteads, agricultural production, ... Research into the benefits of inoculants in agriculture extends beyond their capacity as biofertilizers. Microbial inoculants ... Multiple strains of inoculant have also been demonstrated to increase total nitrogenase activity compared to single strains of ...
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... in Microbial Inoculants in Sustainable Agricultural Productivity, eds D. P. Singh, H. B. Singh and R. Prabha (New Delhi: ... in Microbial Inoculants in Sustainable Agricultural Productivity, D. P. Singh, H. B. Singh and R. Prabha (New Delhi: Springer ... it is unknown how these inoculants would establish across a range of agricultural field settings (Finkel et al., 2017). ... developing a successful fungal endophyte inoculant for agricultural crops. J. Fungi 4:24. doi: 10.3390/jof4010024 ...
Bio-inoculants and leguminous cover crops. *Biological nitrogen Fixation. *Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) ... Institute for Sustainable Agricultural, Food, and Environmental Science (SAFES) * Institute for Sustainable Agricultural, Food ... Director of the Institute for Sustainable Agricultural, Food, and Environmental Science. Areas of Expertise. *Emerging ... Associate Professor of Agricultural and Biological Engineering. *Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Education, College of ...
Jeff Seale, Agricultural Environmental Strategy Lead & Associate Science ... Unlike tilling and cover crops, however, microbial inoculants have only recently been added to the agricultural toolkit. ... Jeff Seale, Agricultural Environmental Strategy Lead & Associate Science Fellow at Monsanto. We looked squarely at the ... Some take a darker view, asserting that the agricultural revolution brought upon our species, as well as our earthly neighbors ...
Agtech is the application of advanced technology and other innovations to revolutionize agricultural practices, an opportunity ... AgTech - short for Agricultural Technology and used interchangeably with Agricultural Bioscience Technology (AgBioScience), is ... soil inoculants and other chemical or biologic inputs. ... Indianas agricultural community is a robust and rapidly ... AI and machine learning are increasingly being integrated into agricultural processes to enable data-driven decision making, ...
Positive yield responses in agricultural research are eye-catching and can occasionally be misunderstood as a sole defining ... What form of inoculant (liquid, peat, granular) should be used? Is it economical to reduce a double inoculant application to a ... ON-FARM NETWORK INOCULANT TRIALS. OFN inoculant trials were initiated to quantify the agronomic and economic impacts of ... yield collection to determine the effect of inoculant on soybean yield and protein analysis to examine the effects of inoculant ...
... about the use of native rhizobia inoculants as biofertilizers because the knowledge is not the first priority in agricultural ... plant-infection is a technique for the enumeration of rhizobia in soils and in inoculants for legume inoculant testing program ... Journal of Agricultural and Biological Science, 7, 307-316. [10] Eskin, N. (2012) Colonization of Zea mays by the Nitrogen ... Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 83, 899-906. [93] Davidson, E.A. (2009) The Contribution of Manure and Fertilizer ...
... backed by New Zealand is delivering promising new technologies such as cow vaccines and probiotics to tackle agricultural ... The Global Research on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases (GRA), an alliance ... better understanding how direct-fed microbial and silage inoculant products can be produced to enable cows to deliver ... International collaboration delivers new tools to help tackle agricultural emissions Agriculture The Global Research on ...
I decided to make my own fungi inoculant by gathering some soil. Heres how I did it. ... An Agricultural Testament by Sir Albert Howard Landrace Gardening by Joseph Lofthouse The Contagion Myth by Thomas S. Cowan and ... Step 3: I pulled back the mulch around my trees and poured on my fungi inoculant ... Making a fungi inoculant probably isnt on the top of most gardeners "to-do" lists - and it may smack of voodoo for some - but ...
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PSB have been introduced to the Agricultural community as phosphate Biofertilizer. Phosphorus (P) is one of the major essential ... The use of PSB as inoculants increases P uptake by plants. Simple inoculation of seeds with PSB gives crop yield responses ...
Recycling of Agricultural Wastes Effect of Inoculants and Earthworm on Producing Organic Fertilizers Aml Abd El-Satar - ISBN: ...
Journals are one of the best online open access journal site in the field of publishing research articles in Agricultural, ... 1Department of Agricultural Chemistry and Soil Science, School of Agricultural Sciences and Rural Development, Nagaland ... Uptake of nutrients by the crop increased significantly with application of P and bio-inoculants. Phosphorus and bio-inoculant ... Panse, V.G. and Sukhatme, P.V. (1961). Statistical Methods for Agricultural Workers. Indian Council of Agricultural Research, ...
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Effects of microbial inoculant and additives on pile composting of cow manure. Yang Q, Zhang S, Li X, Rong K, Li J, Jiang L. ... To explore the reuse of agricultural organic solid waste as a resource in the Yellow River Delta, the effects of microbial ... The results showed that microbial inoculant and additives all played positive roles in the process of aerobic composting, and ... For discussion, the microbial inoculant promoted rapid pile body heating more than the recovery materials alone, and the ...
... and it is looking for industry partners in the commercial production of the inoculant. "I think many, many agricultural ... An inoculant from a Saskatchewan fungus is being developed as a way to fight Fusarium head blight, a devastating and difficult- ... Developing an inoculant. The mycoparasites do not necessarily prevent Fusarium outbreaks under natural conditions. Vujanovic ... The researchers are now testing the inoculant at two locations in Saskatchewan. They are assessing its efficiency under the ...
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1 Wholesale supplier of PGPR Root Inoculant Biostimulants for indoor and outdoor growing. Up to 2.5-gallon concentrate. View ... 1 Wholesale supplier of PGPR Root Inoculant Biostimulants for indoor and outdoor growing. Up to 2.5-gallon concentrate. View ... Growers Goods supplies biostimulant root inoculants to agricultural farmers across the US.. Unleash® PGPR Biostimulant ... How is Unleash applied? As a root inoculant, the maximum benefits will occur when Unleash is applied to the roots or near the ...
Franck PERRODIN from SCEA des Champs Fleury farm in Brittany (france). An agricultural farm with 180 dairy cows and its own ... JOSILAC - silage inoculants for a better forage quality and animal health. *JOSILAC - silage inoculant to keep a high-quality ... The silage inoculant is easy to handle and is mixed in directly during harvesting, which enables an even distribution. The ... Why the use of a silage inoculants?. The use of the Josilac® silage inoculantshas brought several positive results, such as ...
Microbial inoculants are, theoretically, in infinite supply. Others, like protein hydrolysates, are agricultural by-products ... MICROBIAL INOCULANTS. Inoculating your soil and plants with microbial microbes is an effective way to improve the stress ... Microbial inoculants, like Impellos Continuμm™, will help produce growth-promoting compounds, optimize nutrient availability, ... For example, exposure to beneficial microbes found in high-quality microbial inoculants can mimic the molecular pathways that ...
Monitoring genetically manipulated rhizobial inoculants following intentional introduction in agricultural soils. C2 - Non- ... Monitoring genetically manipulated rhizobial inoculants following intentional introduction in agricultural soils. Abstracts, ... Microbial diversity in agricultural soil. Abstracts British Society for Soil Science Down to Earth Conference, University of ... Acquisition of genes from indigenous bacteria by inoculant strains at long-term release sites. European Commission, Luxembourg ...
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Produce innovative methods of nitrogen management in agricultural systems. *Design cropping systems more self sufficient in ... Codesigning biodiversity-based agrosystems promotes alternatives to mycorrhizal inoculants. Agronomy for Sustainable ... Modelling crop diversification and association effects in agricultural systems. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 288, ... Agricultural Systems 187, 103011. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agsy.2020.103011. Paut, R., Sabatier, R., Tchamitchian, M., 2020. ...
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Consider, for example, the agricultural soils rich in phosphorus applied as fertiliser. Such soils discourage the formation of ... It is often used in commercial mycorrhizal inoculants due to its broad host range and ease of cultivation. ... While Glomus intraradices is known for its presence in agricultural soils and association with various plants, Gigaspora ... Glomeromycota are primarily terrestrial and are found in various environments including grasslands, deserts, agricultural ...
  • Microbial inoculants also known as soil inoculants or bioinoculants are agricultural amendments that use beneficial rhizosphericic or endophytic microbes to promote plant health. (wikipedia.org)
  • While microbial inoculants are applied to improve plant nutrition, they can also be used to promote plant growth by stimulating plant hormone production. (wikipedia.org)
  • Microbial inoculants can induce systemic acquired resistance (SAR) of crop species to several common crop diseases (provides resistance against pathogens). (wikipedia.org)
  • 2005). However, it is increasingly recognized that microbial inoculants often modify the soil microbial community (Mawarda et al. (wikipedia.org)
  • EMAILWIRE.COM, March 07, 2017 ) The Microbial Agricultural Inoculants Market report gives comprehensive overview of the Industry including definitions, classifications, applications and chain structure. (emailwire.com)
  • The Microbial Agricultural Inoculants industry analysis is provided for the international market. (emailwire.com)
  • the greatest misconception occurs when including microbial inoculants with other beneficial applications (e.g., biopesticides and phytostimulators) as biofertilizers. (frontiersin.org)
  • However, how to employ soil microbial communities in a targeted way to provide agricultural benefits it is still poorly understood. (grstiftung.ch)
  • This project aims at developing reliable microbial inoculants that contribute to crop production and reduce the need for fertilizer and pesticide applications. (grstiftung.ch)
  • Effects of microbial inoculant and additives on pile composting of cow manure. (cdrf.org)
  • Since we have been using this silage inoculant, we no longer have these problems. (josera-agriculture.com)
  • The silage inoculant is easy to handle and is mixed in directly during harvesting, which enables an even distribution. (josera-agriculture.com)
  • 2020). The rhizobacteria commonly applied as inoculants include nitrogen-fixers, phosphate-solubilisers and other root-associated beneficial bacteria which enhance the availability of the macronutrients nitrogen and phosphorus to the host plant. (wikipedia.org)
  • Although bacterial and fungal inoculants are common, inoculation with archaea to promote plant growth is being increasingly studied. (wikipedia.org)
  • There are two types of inoculant trials: 1) double vs. single inoculation, and 2) single versus no inoculation. (manitobapulse.ca)
  • Interaction effects revealed that highest grain and stover yields were obtained with 33 mg P2O5 kg-1 without inoculation and inoculation with Rhizobium, but yield was at par with 22 mg P2O5 kg-1 when crop inoculated with dual inoculants (Rhizobium + PSB). (arccjournals.com)
  • Double vs. single inoculant trials require a minimum field history of two previous soybean crops to ensure proper B. japonicum populations are established, while single versus no inoculant trials require a minimum field history of three previous soybean crops. (manitobapulse.ca)
  • The agricultural biotechnology market is projected to be driven due to the prominent application of agricultural biotechnology in transgenic crops. (transparencymarketresearch.com)
  • Developments in agricultural biotechnology are estimated to enhance the nutritional content of various crops in an effort to cater to the needs of an increasing population. (transparencymarketresearch.com)
  • In the late 1950s, several studies with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi inoculants reported positive plant growth promotion (PGP) effects through phosphorus (P) uptake ( Koide and Mosse, 2004 ). (frontiersin.org)
  • [ citation needed ] The use of PSB as inoculants increases P uptake by plants. (wikipedia.org)
  • Uptake of nutrients by the crop increased significantly with application of P and bio-inoculants. (arccjournals.com)
  • For both inoculant trial types, a soybean crop must have been grown on the chosen field sometime within the last four years. (manitobapulse.ca)
  • The technological advancements in farming techniques and the investments in scientific research to meet the expectations of plant growers are expected to augment the agricultural micronutrients industry in the forecast period. (techatime.com)
  • Growers' Goods supplies biostimulant root inoculants to agricultural farmers across the US. (growersgoods.com)
  • Influence of phosphorus and bio-inoculants on performance of french bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L. (arccjournals.com)
  • The experiment was laid out in complete randomized design with four levels of phosphorus (0, 11, 22 and 33 mg P2O5 kg-1 soil) and three levels of bio-inoculants (uninoculed, Rhizobium and Rhizobium + PSB) and three replications. (arccjournals.com)
  • Phosphorus and bio-inoculant application improved only phosphorus content significantly of post harvest soil. (arccjournals.com)
  • In-season measurements include plant counts to monitor the population in relation to the actual seeding rate, nodulation ratings to evaluate the efficacy of the inoculant, yield collection to determine the effect of inoculant on soybean yield and protein analysis to examine the effects of inoculant on protein levels within the soybean seed. (manitobapulse.ca)
  • Effect of integrated nutrient management on growth, yield, nutrient and economics of french bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 79:122-128. (arccjournals.com)
  • Strategies for implementing the benefits of these consortia into agricultural practice will be developed in a participatory approach together with farmers and commercial producers of biological inoculants. (grstiftung.ch)
  • Further, the growing awareness among farmers about the importance of micronutrients in plant functions, such as reproductive growth, plant metabolism, nutrient regulation, chlorophyll synthesis, and production of carbohydrates is leading to the expansion of the agricultural micronutrients industry. (techatime.com)
  • A range of studies have shown that micro-organisms in soil can have a big impact on plant health and thus can contribute to sustainable agricultural production. (grstiftung.ch)
  • Unleash® replenishes the beneficial microbes with a focus on soil and water in agricultural environments. (growersgoods.com)
  • The Global Research on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases (GRA), an alliance backed by New Zealand is delivering promising new technologies such as cow vaccines and probiotics to tackle agricultural emissions, Minister of Agriculture Damien O'Connor said. (beehive.govt.nz)
  • Damien O'Connor said reducing agricultural greenhouse gas emissions is a global challenge and a key part of the Government's Fit for a Better World - Accelerating our Economic Potential Roadmap , released last year. (beehive.govt.nz)
  • The completed projects have enabled important discoveries, significantly advanced scientists' understanding, and led to the development of technologies to reduce agricultural greenhouse gas emissions," Damien O'Connor said. (beehive.govt.nz)
  • Research into the benefits of inoculants in agriculture extends beyond their capacity as biofertilizers. (wikipedia.org)
  • Therefore, this project represents a unique combination of latest scientific research developments and agricultural application, directly linking basic research with practice. (grstiftung.ch)
  • Annals of Agricultural Research, 24:145-147. (arccjournals.com)
  • Vujanovic and his research team are now developing a Sphaerodes mycoparasitica inoculant. (topcropmanager.com)
  • The new report by Expert Market Research titled, 'Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market Size , Report and Forecast 2023-2028', gives an in-depth analysis of the global agricultural micronutrients market, assessing the market based on its segments like types, crop types, forms, mode of applications, and major regions. (techatime.com)
  • AgTech - short for Agricultural Technology and used interchangeably with Agricultural Bioscience Technology ( AgBioScience ), is the application of technology and other innovations to revolutionize agricultural practices, ultimately increasing productivity, efficiency, and sustainability. (techpoint.org)
  • This dynamic field includes advancements in hardware and software, novel business models, and the application of emerging technologies to address the challenges faced by the agricultural sector. (techpoint.org)
  • Is it economical to reduce a double inoculant application to a single application, given the field history? (manitobapulse.ca)
  • AI and machine learning are increasingly being integrated into agricultural processes to enable data-driven decision making, predictive analytics, and improved resource management. (techpoint.org)
  • In the first part of this series on Climate Smart Agriculture , TriplePundit spoke with Dr. Jeff Seale, Agricultural Environmental Strategy Lead & Associate Science Fellow at Monsanto . (triplepundit.com)
  • His team includes a plant pathologist and a soil microbiologist, as well as researchers from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, who are working on the inoculant formulation. (topcropmanager.com)
  • The government initiatives, such as Soil Health Cards and the nutrient subsidy structure in agriculture-centred nations, like India, is leading to the incremental development of the agricultural micronutrients industry. (techatime.com)
  • This is because the utilisation of micronutrients leads to increased agricultural productivity and quality food products. (techatime.com)
  • AgTech encompasses a broad range of innovations aimed at enhancing efficiency, profitability, and sustainability across the entire agricultural value chain. (techpoint.org)
  • In the face of enormous global challenges, the sustainability of agricultural production needs to be enhanced and fertiliser and pesticide use be reduced. (grstiftung.ch)
  • All human activity - such as industrial or agricultural processes - impact the environment. (growersgoods.com)
  • An On-Farm Network (OFN) field-scale inoculant trial can also offer additional insight using your own equipment, fields and production practices unique to your farm. (manitobapulse.ca)
  • Each varies in cost, the proximity to the seed during placement, and the length of time the inoculant product survives in the field when faced with adverse environmental conditions. (manitobapulse.ca)
  • Over the years, the business entities active in all links in the agricultural industry chain have been making continuous product innovations and upgrading in the face of rapid market demand changes and the agrochemical industry's transformative development. (agropages.com)
  • Fungal inoculants can be used with or without additional amendments in private gardens, homesteads, agricultural production, native nurseries, and land restoration projects. (wikipedia.org)
  • Their work indicates the inoculant is able to stop Fusarium itself and toxin production by Fusarium. (topcropmanager.com)
  • Without just a few inches of healthy, nutrient-rich topsoil, global agricultural would fail. (triplepundit.com)
  • As a root inoculant, the maximum benefits will occur when Unleash is applied to the roots or near the base of the stalk when watering. (growersgoods.com)
  • OFN inoculant trials were initiated to quantify the agronomic and economic impacts of different inoculant strategies in soybeans. (manitobapulse.ca)
  • Scientists have devised strategies to boost agricultural output based on their understanding of DNA. (transparencymarketresearch.com)
  • Inoculant is available in a variety of forms including liquid and peat on-seed, and granular in-furrow. (manitobapulse.ca)
  • The increasing prevalence of micronutrient deficiency is driving the agricultural micronutrients industry in recent years owing to the excessive use of chemical fertilisers and soil erosion. (techatime.com)
  • However, soybean rhizobia are not native to Manitoban soils and a compatible inoculant should be used in fields with little to no history of soybeans. (manitobapulse.ca)