What is it about?

Effect of composite treatment of ectomycorrhizal fungus (EMF), Scleroderma bovista, along with mycorrhizosphere bacterial inoculants was studied for nine months on Quercus leucotrichophora plants grown in nursery glasshouse

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Why is it important?

The co-inoculation practice can help oak plant in achieving the mycorrhization rate even with lower EMF doses. These findings will be beneficial for achieving the effective banj oak replantation in the Himalayan region


S. bovista can be exploited as forestry biofertilizer for Q. leucotrichophora plant. Co-inoculation with helper bacteria can improve colonization of EMF on plant roots

Dr Anurag Yadav
Sardarkrushinagar Dantiwada Agricultural University

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This page is a summary of: Growth and ectomycorrhization of banj oak plants co-inoculated with Scleroderma bovista and mycorrhizosphere bacteria, Journal of Applied and Natural Science, June 2015, ANSF Publications,
DOI: 10.31018/jans.v7i1.600.
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