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Solubilization of inorganic phosphates by fungi isolated from agriculture soil
African Journal of Biotechnology
Most agricultural soils contain large reserves of phosphorus (P), a considerable part of which accumulates as a consequence of regular applications of P fertilizers. However, a greater part of soil phosphorus, approximately 95-99% is present in the form of insoluble phosphates and hence cannot be utilized by the plants. In the present study fungal strains isolated from agriculture soil, having potential to solubilize insoluble inorganic phosphates were characterized. Two fungal isolates werefatcat:vmckjpgefjhydabi56qcezh5im