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Vol. 8, Issue 4 (2019)

Effect of biofertilizers and mangampet barytes mine waste on the growth of vitex negundo

Author(s):
Ganta Nalini and Vijaya Tartte
Abstract:
Over the last few years, focus on medicinal plants research has increased all over the world to identify and validate plant derived substances to protect human health from various diseases. In the next few decades human population raises a big threat to diseases. Therefore it is essential to enhance the productivity of medicinal plants. Too much dependence on chemical fertilizers for more crop production damages environment and human health. Exploitation of microbes like Bacteria, Fungi and Cyanobacteria as biofertilizers is an alternative method to enhance the productivity of medicinal plants. Biofertilizers along with mine waste increases the growth of medicinal plants. This present article elucidates that Biofertilizers and mine waste from Mangampet Barytes (Located in Andhra Pradesh, Kadapa district) promotes growth of Vitex Negundo a medicinal plant and was observed by studying various physiological parameters an experimental approach and also protects against various plant pathogens.
Pages: 597-601  |  143 Views  6 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Ganta Nalini, Vijaya Tartte. Effect of biofertilizers and mangampet barytes mine waste on the growth of <em>vitex negundo</em>. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(4):597-601.
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