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Effects of Rhodobacter sp. SA16 on Lettuce(Lactuca sativa L.) in Plastic Film House
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Effects of Rhodobacter sp. SA16 on Lettuce(Lactuca sativa L.) in Plastic Film House
Lee, Young-Han; Jeong, Han-Taek; Yun, Han-Dae;
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 Abstract
This experiment was conducted to determine the development of mixed organic fertilizer using photosynthetic bacteria and mass production of mixed microbial compound for the environment-friendly agriculture. Photosynthetic bacteria, Rhodobacter sp. SA16 was isolated from soil collected by plastic film house. The SA16 strain was identified based on 16S rDNA sequence analysis and it is closely related to Rhodobacter sp.(100% similarity). The mixed organic fertilizer using SA16 was made of $N-P_2O_5-K_2O
 Keywords
Rhodobacter sp.;Organic fertilizer;Lettuce;Soil testing;Optimum application;
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Korean
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