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THE INFLUENCE OF BACTERIAL INOCULATS ON PATHOGENS, YIELD AND QUALITY IN SOYBEAN CROP

Published in AgroLife Scientific Journal, Volume 10, Number 1
Written by Loredana SUCIU, Adina TĂRAU, Camelia URDĂ, Felicia CHEȚAN, Felicia MUREȘANU, Laura ȘOPTEREAN, Oana-Alina BOIU-SICUIA, Lavinia-Diana-Nicoleta BARBU

The paper aimed to present the influence of bacterial inoculation,applied to seeds, on the attack of pathogens, on yield, yield elements and quality in soybean crop.A two-year experiment was carried out at Research and Development Station for Agriculture Turda (RDSA Turda), in 2019-2020. Teo TD, an early soybean variety was used in the experiment. Seed stimulation was conducted with two nitrogen-fixing bacteria: Bradyrhizobium sp. JHI and Paenibacillus graminis FL400. The application of bacterial inoculants leads, in the second year of experiment, to an increase in soybean yield with 903 kg/ha, 39.8% higher compared to the control, when Bradyrhizobium + Paenibacillus was applied. Biostimulation also help the plant fight against pathogens with a positive impact on number of nodules, yield elements and quality parameters.

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