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Use of Microbial Biostimulants to Increase the Salinity Tolerance of Vegetable Transplants
Vegetable plants are more sensitive to salt stress during the early growth stages; hence, the availability of poor-quality brackish water can be a big issue for the nursery vegetable industry. Microbial biostimulants promote growth and vigor and counterbalance salt stress in mature plants. This study aimed to evaluate the application of plant growth-promoting microorganisms for improving salt tolerance of lettuce and tomato seedlings irrigated with different water salinity levels (0, 25, and 50doi:10.3390/agronomy11061143 fatcat:qxo5nly76bh5logyehvn4yiwz4