Bio-inoculants are cost effective and ecofriend natural inputs providing alternate source of plant nutrients, thus increasing farm income by providing extra yields and reducing input cost also. Bio-inoculants increase crop yield by 20- 30%, replace chemical N & P by 25%, stimulate plant growth, activate soil biologically, restore natural fertility and provide protection against drought and some soil borne diseases. Of the bioinoculants widely used in agriculture crops, Azospirillum is an important non-symbiotic associative, nitrogen fixing rhizosphere bacteria and fixes atmospheric nitrogen in soil.
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Last date updated on July, 2014