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24 November 2017

Role of plant growth-promoting microorganisms in sustainable agriculture and environmental remediation.

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This chapter discusses the role of plant growth-promoting bacteria (PGPR) and fungi (PGPF) in sustainable agriculture; importance of PGPR and PGPF in phyto/bioremediation; role of PGPR and PGPF in biomass and biofuel production; role of PGPR and PGPF in wasteland and degraded land reclamation; role of plant growth-promoting microorganisms in carbon sequestration under warming climate; and strategies for enhancing the performance of plant growth-promoting microorganisms.

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Pages: 75 - 125
Editors: H. B. Singh [email protected], Institute of Environment and Sustainable Development Banaras Hindu University Varanasi 221 005 India , B. K. Sarma, and C. Keswani
ISBN (ePDF): 978-1-78639-033-2
ISBN (ePub): 978-1-78639-034-9
ISBN (Hardback): 978-1-78639-032-5

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Cover date: 2017
Published online: 24 November 2017

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R. K. Dubey [email protected]
Institute of Environment and Sustainable Development Banaras Hindu University Varanasi 221 005 India
Vishal Tripathi Vishal Tripathi
Mansi Bakshi Mansi Bakshi
Ajeet Singh Ajeet Singh
Akanksha Singh Akanksha Singh
Amitava Rakshit Amitava Rakshit

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