Record nummer 703951
Titel artikel Bacterial solubilization of mineral phosphates : historical perspective and future prospects
Auteur(s) Goldstein, A.H.
Tijdschrifttitel American journal of alternative agriculture
Deel(Jaar)Nummer 1(1986)2
Paginering 51 - 57
Annotatie(s) 38 refs
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Trefwoorden (cab) alternatieve landbouw / bacteriƫn / biologische landbouw / fosfaten / fosfor
Rubrieken Kunstmeststoffen, bemesting
Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting Central problem of current phosphate fertilizer technology is that up to 75% of applied phosphate fertilizer may be lost to the plant because of mineral phase reprecipitation. Many approaches exist to enhance P-solubility. One area that is currently underinvestigated is the ability of certain types of bacteria to solubilize mineral and organic phosphates. This article discusses mechanisms of bacterial solubilization and its prospects
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