The influence of microbiological fertilisers on the productivity and quality of winter wheatCitation:
Koryagin Y., Kulikova E., Efremova S., Sukhova N. (2020): The influence of microbiological fertilisers on the productivity and quality of winter wheat. Plant Soil Environ., 66: 564–568.
The study was aimed at assessing the yield and quality of winter wheat grains inoculated with Beijerinckia fluminensis (Azotovit) and Paenibacillus mucilaginosus (Phosphatovit) in a three-year experiment on leached Chernozem in the forest-steppe zone of the Middle Volga region. The seeds of the plants were treated before sowing with microbiological fertilisers, both individually and together at a dose of 2 L/t. Bacteria Beijerinckia fluminensis and Paenibacillus mucilaginosus contained in fertilisers increased the resistance of plants to adverse conditions: seedling completeness increased by 5.4%, winter hardiness by 17.4%, and harvestability by 15.0%. The use of fertilisers led to an increase in the productivity of winter wheat grain to 32.4%. The technological parameters characterising the baking properties were improved: the content of crude gluten in the grain of winter wheat has increased to 29.1% at 75 GDI (gluten deformation index) units (I group (good) of gluten quality).
Triticum aestivum L.; inoculation; nitrogen-fixing and phosphate-mobilising properties; phytopathogen
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