R.S. HARKAL#, A.V. MANWAR
Department of Microbiology, DSM College, Parbhani Dist. Parbhani M.H., India
Soils in Maharashtra presents variety for their color, texture, and nutrient balance. Hence it is important to learn about region cultivated land configuration since it assures the nutrient supply prerequisite for quality crop production. Maharashtra soils represent the red, black, and loamy texture, and resultant nutrition level change was investigated when those fortified with rhizobacteria, organic manure, and vermicompost. As per the findings, all soils exhibited different responses for change in nutrient level once fortified with said treatment and majorly positive impact noted with the organic manure and vermicompost compared to Rhizobacteria inoculation once prepared from Bacillus subtilis, Bacillus cereus, Acinetobacter radioresistens, and Pseudomonas putida. In a summary, it could be advisable to inoculate organic manure and vermicompost in Maharashtra red, black, and loamy soils to improve its nutrient content via an organic farming approach.
Key words: organic farming, Rhizobacteria, vermicompost, soil type.
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