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Beneficial bacteria enhance plant growth

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Trevor V. Suslow , Department of Plant Pathology
Joseph W. Kloepper, Department of Plant Pathology
Milton N. Schroth, Plant Pathology
Thomas J. Burr, Plant Pathology

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California Agriculture 33(11):15-17.

Published November 01, 1979

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Abstract

Bacterization, the application of bacteria to soil and plant parts to promote growth and crop yield, was pioneered in the Soviet Union and now appears to be in the offing here, once methods for storing and applying have been improved.

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The authors gratefully acknowledge the cooperation and assistance of F. Jackson Hills in sugar beet field trials. Supported in part by the California Potato Advisory Board and the California Beet Growers Association.

Beneficial bacteria enhance plant growth

Trevor V. Suslow, Joseph W. Kloepper, Milton N. Schroth, Thomas J. Burr
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Beneficial bacteria enhance plant growth

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Authors

Trevor V. Suslow , Department of Plant Pathology
Joseph W. Kloepper, Department of Plant Pathology
Milton N. Schroth, Plant Pathology
Thomas J. Burr, Plant Pathology

Publication Information

California Agriculture 33(11):15-17.

Published November 01, 1979

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Bacterization, the application of bacteria to soil and plant parts to promote growth and crop yield, was pioneered in the Soviet Union and now appears to be in the offing here, once methods for storing and applying have been improved.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors gratefully acknowledge the cooperation and assistance of F. Jackson Hills in sugar beet field trials. Supported in part by the California Potato Advisory Board and the California Beet Growers Association.


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