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Impact of Enriched Biochar on Bean Growth (Phaseolus vulgaris) in the Presence of Mycorrhizae on two Contrasting Soils of Ngaoundere (Cameroon)
International Journal of Engineering Research and
Although the use of mycorrhizae increases the agricultural yield, its cost remains prohibitive. The objective of this study is to evaluate the effect of the use of enriched biochar on the level of mycorrhizae applied on two contrasting soils. The enriched biochar is obtained by the pyrolysis of a mixture of sawdust, clay, and chicken manure. Experiments are carry out by growing French beans in pots containing two different soils collected in Ngaoundéré (University campus and Beka). A randomizeddoi:10.17577/ijertv8is060174 fatcat:jbswfiegffca5aq3emax2thx6m