%Pasreceived is 5.8±0.008% and %Pdry 12.7±0.008 and %P2O5asreceived 6.63±0.008 and %P2O5dry 14.48±0.008. This shows that there are also other components present in the fertilizer sample that is Introduction The agricultural value of fertilizer samples depend on their total phosphate and water content. Natural phosphates are found in small amounts in all better types of soil and their presence is very important for plant growth. Phosphate content was determined as a precipitate magnesium ammonium phosphate hexahydrate.  Moisture determination is an important indicator of the fertilizer 's quality.
The crop occupies 12.1% of total pulses area and 8.8% of total pulse production in India with an average national productivity of 518 Kg/ha. Because of its relative tolerance to drought, a short life cycle (75-90 days) and the ability to fix atmospheric nitrogen, it is cultivated as a component in various cropping systems, chiefly with rice and wheat (Kaewwongwal et al. 2015). Soil amendments that increase soil fertility and plant productivity can be very useful for crops. An improved crop yield by inoculation with a phosphate solubilizing fungal strain has been observed in many field studies.
http://doi.org/10.3390/ijms140510242 Kant, M. R., Jonckheere, W., Knegt, B., Lemos, F., Liu, J., Schimmel, B. C. J., … Alba, J. M. (2015). Mechanisms and ecological consequences of plant defence induction and suppression in herbivore communities. Annals of Botany, 115(7), 1015–1051. http://doi.org/10.1093/aob/mcv054 Mathre, R.N. (1997).
3.5. Evaluation of Pseudomonas spp. as plant growth-promoting bacteria under salt stress Four strains, Pseudomonas plecoglossicida, strain 24, Pseudomonas sp., strain 30, P. putida, strain 103 and P. fluorescens, strain 109 which are salt tolerant and have the following plant growth-beneficial traits: IAA production, phosphate solubilization, and ACC deaminase production were selected for maize growth stimulation under salinated soil. For non-saline soil (NSS) treatment, strain 103, characterized as P. putida, was able to significantly increase plant development for all the analyzed parameters, except for root dry weight. Plants treated with strain 103 showed an increase in 16.65% of shoot length, 20.16% in root length, 61.20% in leaf area and 83.29% in shoot dry weight, when compared to the control (table 3).
Its carbohydrate content, unlike other type, converts to maltose making digestion easier. The sprouting process A seed turning into a plant is a compound process involving proteins, enzymes and genes. It begins once the seed breaks through its shell, digs into the earth and then bears a small, tender tangle. With all the right elements present and a friendly surrounding, this sprout develops into a plant. Health benefits of sprouted grains Vital nutrients contained in Ezekiel bread come generally from sprouting (the germination and biochemical changes of grains after water-soaking) • Health nutrients are promoted while anti-nutrients are reduced.
Introduction Aim: To compare the effectiveness of compost and earthworms on the germination and yield of a spinach crop. Motivation: Fertilisers are mixture of chemicals that add nutrients to the soil to establish better yielding crops (Berger, 2013). Though these products have proved to provide many beneficial aspects to the agricultural sector, they have many negative environmental consequences. Fertilisers contain many substances, including mostly potassium, phosphorus, sulphur, calcium, magnesium and nitrogen. These substances, when they accumulate in the soil, can have harmful side effects on the environment and subsequently on the productivity of crops (Vimpany and Lines-Kelly, 2004).
Secondary Data Graph Feller, G., Bussy, O., Houssier, C. and Gerday, C. (2018). Structural and Functional Aspects of Chloride Binding to Alteromonas haloplanctis α-Amylase. [online] Jbc.org. Available at: http://www.jbc.org/content/271/39/23836/F1.expansion.html [Accessed 8 Mar.
Currently there is a global food crisis. Genetic Modification is a controversial field of science. Today, genetically modified crops grown around the world include maize, soybean, rice and cotton. For many genetic modifications is the answer to the world’s food crisis. Sally Morgan (1998) argues that genetic modification can improve yields of crops by making them resistant to diseases, pesticides, herbicides and pests.