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J. Agr. Sci. Tech
Native phosphate solubilizing bacteria (PSB) were isolated from four areas (Ankober, Keyt, Mehalmeda and Molale) of Ethiopia to study their effect on releases of soluble phosphorus from insoluble P sources. The highest bacterial number was found at Keyt (2.6× × × ×10 3 g-1 soil) and the least at Molale (15 g-1 soil). Five efficient PSB were selected for further study based on their ability in forming a higher clear zone diameter than the other isolates. These isolates were identified based onfatcat:m27krsqkbfdm7kkccwdr6usxge