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Evaluating soil rhizobacteria for their ability to enhance plant growth and tuber yield in potato

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2010
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Alva A.
Anticona C.
Barrientos F.
Barrientos R.
Castañeda B.
Chavez M.A.
Checkley W.
Correa M.
Figueroa D.A.
Gilman R.H.
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Wiley
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The objectives of this study were to identify promising microorganisms to improve potato productivity in low-input systems of tropical highlands and to compare results from in vitro, greenhouse and field experiments to advance the development of a screening method for rhizobacteria and develop an efficient assessment of their effect on plant growth in field conditions. A total of 150 bacterial strains were screened in vitro, in greenhouse and field trials.
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The authors thank the Papa Andina Initiative of the International Potato Center (CIP), the ALTAGRO project and Consejo Nacional de Sciencia, Tecnologia, e Innovacion Tecnologica (CONCYTEC), Peru, for its financial support.
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potato, Bacillus, plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria
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