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"Agriculture for Life, Life for Agriculture" Conference Proceedings
Recent studies have shown that certain soil microorganisms are capable to sustain plant nutrition in both conventional and organic agriculture; however, yet further studies needed for evaluation of the factors affecting PGPR performance. The goal of this research was to evaluate performance of natural bacteria relative to nutrient uptake and biomass development in corn (Zea mays L.) as it is related to conventional production systems. Soils have been collected from forested areas of Lakedoi:10.2478/alife-2018-0014 fatcat:bfqtsph6ozc2fpqpa45ehxojgm