Azotobacter as component of INM INTRODUCTION Azotobacter is

Azotobacter as component of INM INTRODUCTION Azotobacter is

Azotobacter as component of INM INTRODUCTION Azotobacter is a free-living aerobic nitrogen fixing bacterium. Seed inoculation with Azotobacter helps in saving nitrogenous fertilizers by 15-20kg N/ha. It also improves seed germination , root proliferation and reduces the damage to crop by plant diseases. It can be used for upland crops. End Previous Next Azotobacter as component of INM Azotobacter is a free-living aerobic nitrogen fixing bacterium. It fixes on an average15-20 Kg N/ha by asymbiotic mechanism. End Previous

Next Azotobacter Inoculation Azotobacter as component of INM Inoculation Azotobacter Azotobacter Biofertilizers can be used for upland crops. Increase in yield of cereals(1530%),vegetables(2-45%) and cash crops(10-20%) is recorded due to Azotobacter inoculation . Azotobacter Azotobacterinincombination combinationwith with60 60 kg kgN/ha N/haand and60 60kg kgPP2O O5 / /ha haas asrock rock 2 5 phosphate phosphate produce produce significant

significant effect effect on onyield yieldofofwheat. wheat. End Previous Next Azotobacter as component of INM Azotobacter Bacteria under Microscope Cell Division Polysaccharide deposits End Previous Single Cell division Next

Azotobacter as component of INM BENEFITS OF AZOTOBACTER BIOFERTILIZER N2 Fixation Contribute 15-20 kg N / ha Phosphate solubilization Biocontrol Agent End Produce Antibiotics AZOTOBACTER AZOTOBACTER Enhance Seed germination Previous Produce growth

promoting substances Stimulate soil micro organisms Next Azotobacter as component of INM Inoculation effect of Azotobacter Biofertilizer Az o Ino tob cu act lat er ed Co n AZOTOBACTER End Previous Next tro

l Azotobacter as component of INM Crop response to Azotobacter inoculation Crops Method of inoculation Maize % yield increase over control Seed inoculation 36.5 - 71.7 Sorghum --do-- 09.3 - 38.1 Rice --do-- 01.0 - 20.0 Wheat

--do-- 10.0 - 30.0 Cotton --do-- 06.7 - 26.6 Brinjal Root dipping 01.0 - 42.0 Tomato --do-- 02.0 - 29.0 Cabbage --do-- 25.0 - 50.0 Onion --do--

18.0 - 22.0 End Previous Next Azotobacter as component of INM IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION FOR AZOTOBACTER Azotobacter contributes moderate benefits. Azotobacter requires a large amount of organic carbon for its growth. It is poor competitor for nutrients in soil. It benefits crops by Nitrogen fixation, growth promoting and fungistatic substances. It improves seed germination and plant growth. It thrives even in alkaline soils. But less effective in soils having poor organic matter. End Previous Next

Azotobacter as component of INM LET US SUM UP Azotobacter is a free-living aerobic nitrogen fixing bacterium. Seed inoculation with Azotobacter helps in saving nitrogenous fertilizers by 15-20kg N/ha. Increase in yield of cereals(15-30%), vegetables (2-45%) and cash crops(1020%) is recorded due to Azotobacter inoculation . End Previous Next

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