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Title: The efficiency of combined use of inoculation and EM-technologies in the cultivation of legumes
Authors: Kononchuk, O. B.
Pyda, S. V.
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Kononchuk O. B., Pyda S. V. The efficiency of combined use of inoculation and EM-technologies in the cultivation of legumes // Development of natural sciences in countries of the European Union taking into account the challenges of XXI century: collective monograph. Lublin, Poland : Izdevnieciba «Baltija Publishing», 2018. P. 197-215
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Izdevnieciba “Baltija Publishing”
Keywords: EM-preparations
Phaseolus vulgaris
Glycine max
Lupinus albus
Abstract: The article deals the problem of creation of new multifunctional microbial preparations with nitrogen-fixing, growth-stimulating and bioprotective properties to increase crop yields and referring to the issue of obtaining high quality products and improving the environment, the use of nitrogen-fixing simbiotrof with EM-preparations (from EM – effective microorganisms). The results obtained during the research enable us to suggest a combined treatment of Phaseolus vulgaris Nadiya and Glycine max Annushka in soil and climatic conditions of Ukraine Forest-Steppe with EM-fertilizer «Baikal EM-1U» and the inoculation of nodule bacteria Rhizobium phaseoli strain 700 and Bradyrhizobium japonicum strain 634b of seeds as a perspective tendency of crop productivity growth (increased the yield by 3,6-10,0 cwt/ha) and nitrogen-fixing. Presowing treatment of white lupine seeds (variety Makarivskyi) with fertilizer «Baikal EM-1U» in combination with nitrogen-fixing bacteria Bradyrhizobium sp (Lupinus) strain 367a contributed to the branching of the stem, the growth of leaves on the plant, increased chlorophyll a content, increased mass of nodules on the roots and their nitrogen activity.
ISBN: 978-9934-571-41-1
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