Vol. 6, Issue 6 (2017)
Effect of Glomus macrocarpum and fluorescent pseudomonads on Enzyme activity in chilli rhizosphere
Author(s): Ramesha V, and Dr. VP Savalgi
The fluorescent pseudomonads and AM fungi are known to produce certain plant metabolites, plant growth promoting substances, vitamins etc. The mutual interactions of inoculated organisms is responsible for the increased enzyme activity in rhizosphere.
A green house study was carried out at university of agricultural sciences Dharwad where co-inoculation of plant growth promoting rhizo-microorganisms and AM fungi have enhanced enzyme activity in rhizosphere with increased growth and yield of chilli. The treatment incoculated with Glomus macrocarpum and fluorescent pseudomonads with 50% rock phosphate had shown increased phosphatase and dehydrogenase enzyme activity which was recorded at flowering and harvesting stages respectively.
How to cite this article:
Ramesha V, and Dr. VP Savalgi. Effect of Glomus macrocarpum and fluorescent pseudomonads on Enzyme activity in chilli rhizosphere. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry. 2017; 6(6): 152-154.