Research Paper | Botany | India | Volume 4 Issue 10, October 2015
Effect of Organic Bio-Booster and Inorganic Inputs on Rhizosphere Mycoflora Population and Species Diversity of Wheat
Abstract: In present investigation an experiment was conducted in a wheat field during 2010-2013, to study the effect of various liquid organic inputs and inorganic inputs on rhizosphere mycoflora population and species diversity. The soil rhizosphere mycoflora population and diversity was studied by using serial dilution technique. Result observed that application of organic liquid bio-booster like Farm yard manure, Beejamruth and Jeevamruth enhances rhizosphere mycoflora population and species diversity in organic field. The application of inorganic inputs lowers the rhizosphere mycoflora population and species diversity compare to organic field of wheat. The total 30 mycoflora species were isolated and identified from rhizosphere of organic field and a total 24 mycoflora species from rhizosphere of inorganic field. The isolated mycoflora species belongs to genera Aspergillus, Penicillium, Trichoderma, Fusarium, Rhizopus and Cladosporium in both organic and inorganic field. The Acremonium sp. , Tichoderma pseudokonigii, Glomus sp. , Cladosporium herbarum and Curvularia lunata are found in rhizosphere of organic field. Overall result shows organic bio-booster like Farm yard manure, Beejamruth and Jeevamruth increases mycoflora diversity which helpful for maintenance of soil fertility for sustainable development.
Keywords: Wheat, Rhizosphere, mycoflora, Diversity, Organic and Inorganic inputs
Edition: Volume 4 Issue 10, October 2015,
Pages: 295 - 302
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Shaikh N.F., Gachande B.D., "Effect of Organic Bio-Booster and Inorganic Inputs on Rhizosphere Mycoflora Population and Species Diversity of Wheat", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 4 Issue 10, October 2015, pp. 295-302, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SUB158726
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