Microbial inoculants or Bioinoculants can prompt systemic acquired resisitance (SAR) of harvest species to some common crop diseases. So far SAR has been exhibited for powdery mildew, take-all, leaf spot and root rot. The different types of bio-inoculants are: Rhizobacterial inoculants (Nitrogen-fixing bacteria and Phosphate-solubilizing bacteria), fungal inoculants and composite inoculants. The impact of bio-inoculants on plants was assessed on the basis of physical and biochemical parameters.
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