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Hand book of biofertilizer and biopesticides

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ABOUT THE BOOK:
Hand book of biofertilizer and biopesticides is a collection of research papers presented in the national conference on “Trontiers in biofertilizers and biopesticides” The research papers of scientists from all over India and few from abroad are included in the book. The papers furnish recent information on interactions of microorganisms with plant and pests as well as role of microorganisms in increasing soil fertility and plant protection. The book is highly useful to the research workers and experts in the agricultural and environmental field.
CONTENTS:
A. Preface
B. Introduction

1. Effect of Biofertilizers on Seedling Growth, Physiology. Nodule Production and VAM Colonization in Pungam. Ppngamia pinnata (L.) Pierre
2. Biofertilizer: A Supplementary Nutrient Source for Sugarcane
3. Effect of Composite Bioinoculations and Fertilizer Levels on Growth of Sorghum (CCH-14)
4. Significance of Azospirillum brassilense and Pseudomonas striata on Growth and Yield of Ragi (Elucine crocana) in Alfisol
5. Application of Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizae (Glomus fasciculatum) and Rhizobium on Biomass Production of Acacia nilotica in Saline and Forest Soils
6. Effect of VAM Fungi and PSB on Growth and Chemical Composition of Micropropagated Banana (Musaparadisiaca L.) Plants
7. Mungbean [Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek] Response to Inoculation with N-fixing and phosphate Solubilizing Bacteria
8. Field Performace of Asymbiotic Biofertilizers on Grain Yield of Rain-fed Kharif Sorghum CSH-14
9. Interaction Effect of Azospirillum and Phosphate Solubilising Culture on Yield and Quality of Sugarcane
10. Use of Bio-lnoculants for Recycling of Banana Wastes
11. Application of Pressmud as Plant Growth Promoter and Pollution Arrester
12. Biofertilizer for Multipurpose Tree Species
13. Response of Tree Legumes Seedlings to Bioinoculation of Endomycorrhizae and Rhizobium in Alfisol
14. Infectivity and Efficacy of Glomus aggregatum and Growth Response of Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. CVPT-221 in Cement Dust Polluted Soils
15. Saline Soil Tolerance of Sapindus emarginatus (Vahl) Seedlings with Established Glomus fasciculatum Infection
16. Importance of Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizae in Transplanted Crops
17. Biochemical and Genetic Characterisation of Mineral Phosphate Solubilizing Enterobacter asburiae
18. Effect of Phosphobacterium on Growth and Seed Yield of Swordbean (Canavalis ensiformis L.) Under Graded Levels of Phosphorus
19. Effect of Inoculation of Phosphomicrobes on Yield and Nutrient Uptake in Groundnut
20. Production and Evaluation of Phosphocompost from Neem with Rock Phosphate
21. Effect of Cyanobacteria on Soil Characteristics and Productivity of Gram Grown in Salt Affected Soil
22. Crop Response to Algalization in Rice Variety BPT-5204
23. Biofertilizers in Banana Fields: A Case Study from Anekal Taluka, Bangalore District, Karnataka
24. Isolation of Pesticides and Heavy Metal Tolerant Strains of Azotobacter chroococcum from the Rhizospheric Region of Wheat Crop
25. Characterization and Identification of Azotobacter strains Isolated from Mulberry (Moms alba L.) Rhizosphere Soil
26. Effects of Sulphatic Biofertilizer on Pigeonpea [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.]
27. Effect of Gamma Irradiation on the Biomass Production. Nodulation and Nitrogen Fixation by Stem Nodulating Sesbania rostrata
28. Activity of Ammonia Assimilating Enzymes in Nodules of Sesbania rostrata Mutants
29. Development of Sesbania rostrata Mutants by Gamma Irradiation
30. Biofertilizer from Sludge of Distillery Waste Treatment Plant: A Laboratory Study
31. Significance of Bacillus and Pseudomonas in Decolourization and Degradation of Dye Effluent
32. Bioutilization and Decolorization of Paper Mill Effluent Waste
33. Phosphate Solubilizing Soil Actinomycetes as Biofertilizers
34. Vermicomposting of Kitchen Waste: A Case Study
35. Bio-control of FusariaJ Wilt of Chick Pea (Cicer arietinum) Variety, Chaffa in Wilt Sick Field
36. Response of Pigeonpea to Rhizobium and Trichodemia viride in Acid Soils
37. Performance of Seed Pelletization with Biofertilizers, Macro- and Micronutrients and Biocides under Different Water Holding Capacities in Acacia leucophloea(Roxb.)
38. Performance of Seed Pelletization with Biofertilizers, Macro- and Micronutrients and Biocides under Different Soil Conditions in Acacia nilotica (Linn.)
39. Bacillus thuringiensis—An Effective Bioinsecticide
40. Field evaluation of different formulations of Azospirillum inoculantson Rice Crop
41. Effects of Psuedomonas on Wheat Fusarium Root Rot
42. Effects of Trichoderma on Wheat Sharp Eye Spot
43. Inhibitory Effect of Siderophores Produced by Pseudomonassp. on Salmonella typhi & its Future Biotechnological Applications
44. Evaluation of IPM Module against Major Pests of Cotton (Gossypium sp.)
45. Bradyrhizobium japonicum for Soybean Growth
46. Phenotypic and Functional Characterization of A. caulinodans Endophytic Symbiont of S. rostrata
47. Effect of Different Phytoextracts on Spore Germination of Alternaria tomato (Cooke) G.F. Weber Causing Fruit Rot of Tomato
48. Effect of Different Phytoextracts on Development of Tomato Fruit Rot Caused by . Alternaria tomato (Cooke) G. F. Weber
49. Bioefficacy of Different Antagonists against Fruit Rot of Tomato Caused by Alternaria tomato (Cooke) G. F. Weber under in vitro Condition
50. Effect of Different Antagonists on Development of Tomato Fruit Rot Caused by Alternaria tomato (Cooke) G. F. Weber
51. Chitosan Treatment for Plant Growth Regulation
52. Screening of Various Microbial Strains Producing Antifungal Biomolecules
53. Effect of Fertilizer and Bio-fertilizer on Pearl Millet with and without Intercropping under Rainfed Conditions
54. Survey and Identification of Different Species of Earthworms from Marathwada Region of Maharashtra
55. Life of Perionyx sansibaricus during Vermicomposting of Different Wastes
56. Positive Effect of Dual Inoculum of GPPB and AM Fungi on Growth of Anogeissus Latifolia Wall
57. Use of Press Mud for the Production of Vermicompost

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