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Isolation of efficient phosphate solubilizing bacteria capable of enhancing tomato plant growth
Journal of soil science and plant nutrition
Phosphorus is one of the three macronutrients that are essential for plant growth and development. Inorganic phosphorus (P), which can make up to 70% of the total P content in soils, can exist in calcium-, aluminum-, or iron-complexed forms that are unavailable for plant use. As a result, mineral phosphorus, P 2 O 5 , is often used as a fertilizer to supplement the nutrient for crop growth. To reduce the addition of mineral phosphorus to agricultural soils, research in naturally occurringdoi:10.4067/s0718-95162016005000043 fatcat:k4has6mgqrf77j6im5hyve6i6y