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PGPR:Revolutionary Creations for Sustainability


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1 Department of Agriculture, MIPS, Rayagada (Odisha), India
2 Department of Agronomy, University of Agricultural Sciences, GKVK, Banglore (Karnataka), India
     

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The micro-organisms with the aim of improving nutrients availability for plants is an important practice and necessary for agriculture. During the past couple of decades, plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) will begin to replace the use of chemicals in agriculture, horticulture, silviculture, and environmental cleanup strategies. Scientific researches involve multidisciplinary approaches to understand adaptation of PGPR, effects on plant physiology and growth, induced systemic resistance, biocontrol of plant pathogens and biofertilization. This is due to the emerging demand for dependence diminishing of synthetic chemical products, to the growing necessity of sustainable agriculture within a holistic vision of development and to focalize environmental protection. The PGPR are naturally occurring soil bacteria that aggressively colonize plant roots and benefit plants by providing growth promotion.
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Rajeswari Das
Department of Agriculture, MIPS, Rayagada (Odisha), India
Satyabrata Sahoo
Department of Agronomy, University of Agricultural Sciences, GKVK, Banglore (Karnataka), India

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The micro-organisms with the aim of improving nutrients availability for plants is an important practice and necessary for agriculture. During the past couple of decades, plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) will begin to replace the use of chemicals in agriculture, horticulture, silviculture, and environmental cleanup strategies. Scientific researches involve multidisciplinary approaches to understand adaptation of PGPR, effects on plant physiology and growth, induced systemic resistance, biocontrol of plant pathogens and biofertilization. This is due to the emerging demand for dependence diminishing of synthetic chemical products, to the growing necessity of sustainable agriculture within a holistic vision of development and to focalize environmental protection. The PGPR are naturally occurring soil bacteria that aggressively colonize plant roots and benefit plants by providing growth promotion.