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dc.contributor.authorKolesnikov, L.E.
dc.contributor.authorBelimov, A.A.
dc.contributor.authorKudryavtseva, E.Y.
dc.contributor.authorHassan, B.A.
dc.contributor.authorKolesnikova, Yu.R.
dc.identifier.publicationAgronomy Research, 2021, vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 1530–1544eng
dc.descriptionReceived: January 31st, 2021 ; Accepted: October 5th, 2021 ; Published: October 19th, 2021 ; Correspondence: kleon9@yandex.rueng
dc.description.abstractThe maximum increase in wheat yield (by 67% to the control), associated with a decrease in the root rot development by 19%, an increase in the productive bushiness by 18%, the spike weight by 26%, in the grains number per spike by 8% was noted when using the Bacillus subtilis strain 124-11; the strain effect on leaf diseases was insignificant (2–5%). The plants differed in the maximum changes (to control) in the total bushiness by 59%, the plants vegetative part weight by 27%, the flag leaf area by 21%, the pre-flag leaf area by 28%, the roots numbers and weight by 20% and 62%. After plants treatments with the Pseudomonas fluorescens strain SPB2137, the wheat maturation period was reduced by 9% (to the control), wheat yield increased by 58% due to a decrease in the development of root rot and septoria by 18%, the yellow rust pustules area by 44%; the productive bushiness and plant height increased by 25% and 19%, the plant vegetative weight by 21%, the spike length by 4%. The most expressed protective and growth-stimulating effect was shown by the Sphingomonas sp. K1B, which caused a maximum decrease (to the control) in the root rot and yellow rust development by 22% and 7%, the strips length by 22%, the pustules number in the strip by 29%, brown rust by 10%, septoria by 11%. Wheat plants were characterized by a large number and length of roots by 17% and 13%, root weight by 49%, a maximum increase in the nodal roots number and length by 15% and 17%; total bushiness by 34.5%; a maximum increase in plant vegetative weight by 37%; the spike length by 3%.eng
dc.publisherEstonian University of Life Scienceseng
dc.rightsCreative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) ; openAccesseng
dc.subjectassociative rhizobacteriaeng
dc.subjectbiocontrol of phytopathogenseng
dc.subjectsoft wheateng
dc.subjectyield structureeng
dc.titleIdentification of the effectiveness of associative rhizobacteria in spring wheat cultivationeng

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